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Watership Down - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

A New Journey

Early in the morning, the rabbits begin their journey to Efrafa. The rabbits are afraid, but they trust Hazel and Fiver. Kehaar accompanies the rabbits on their journey. On the way, Hazel tells them his plan. They will travel around the warren and enter from the other side. Kehaar tells them of a safe place on the other side of the river where they can stop to rest. Dandelion agrees to tell a story. Bigwig requests the story of El-ahrairah and the black rabbit of Inle.

Chapter 30 Analysis

The rabbits show their faith in Hazel and Fiver in this chapter. They are afraid of going to Efrafa because they have heard stories of the warren. They go in spite of their fears because they trust in Hazel's leadership and Fiver's intuition. Listening to a story relieves the tension and can help calm the rabbits'...

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