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Watership Down - Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 41 Summary

The Story of Rowsby Woof and the Fairy Wogdog

The rabbits get along well and live peacefully in the warren. Dandelion tells a story of El-ahrairah and Rabscuttle tricking a dog. They were hungry and the only food available was vegetables in a nearby farm. A dog guards the farm. El-ahrairah finds some rotted meat and comes up with a plan to trick the dog. He chews a piece of rubber in the shape of a nose and sticks it in the meat. He puts this near the fence to the farm. El-ahrairah disguises himself as a Fairy Wogdog and goes to find the dog. The rabbits find the dog, tell him the queen is planning to honor him, but he must first track down and eat the meat. The dog falls for the trick and goes to eat the meat.

The next night, the rabbits return...

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