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Watership Down - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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The Great River

When Hazel awoke the next morning, he realizes his injury had not fully healed and he is again in pain. He goes to find Kehaar to inquire about the distance to the river. Kehaar returns with the news that no patrols have been seen and the river is a short distance away. Hazel becomes nervous when they reach the river, but Fiver assures him that they are not in danger. Hazel tries to trick the rabbits into crossing, but they are afraid. Fiver coaxes them into following.

The next day, Hazel decides it is time to get the does. He and Blackberry discuss the plan in detail and discuss how they will escape the Efrafa Owsla. They go through the woods and find a bridge. They come across a door, which they decide to use to reach some lettuce to feed the rabbits. Blackberry...

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