The novel takes its name from the rabbits' destination, Watership Down, a hill in the north of Hampshire, England, near the area where Adams grew up. The story.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 60. Chapters: Watership Down, The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents, The God Beneath the Sea, Tamar, Northern Lights, The Owl Service, A Northern Light, The Borrowers, The Graveyard Book, The Family from One End Street, Skellig, Bog Child, Junk, Stone Cold, The Last Battle, Dear Nobody, The Grange at High Force, The Other Side of Truth, Knight Crusader, The Moon in the Cloud, Sea Change, We Couldn't Leave Dinah, The Exeter Blitz, The Ghost Drum, Collected Stories for Children, The Machine Gunners, The Changeover, Green Knowe, The Stronghold, A Pack of Lies, Nordy Bank, Granny Was a Buffer Girl, The Little White Horse, A Grass Rope, The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler, Tom's Midnight Garden, Here Lies Arthur, The Scarecrows, The Twelve and the Genii, The Little Bookroom, Whispers in the Graveyard, Pigeon Post, River Boy, The Ghost of Thomas Kempe, Visitors from London, The Radium Woman, Goggle-Eyes, Josh, The Little Grey Men, Flour Babies, Ruby Holler, Millions, Postcards from No Man's Land, Handles, The Edge of the Cloud, The Lantern Bearers, A Valley Grows Up, The Wool-Pack, Storm, Tulku, City of Gold, The Haunting, Just in Case, Thunder and Lightnings, Wolf. Excerpt: Watership Down is a classic heroic fantasy novel about a small group of rabbits, written by English author Richard Adams. Although the animals in the story live in their natural environment, they are anthropomorphised, possessing their own culture, language (Lapine), proverbs, poetry, and mythology. Evoking epic themes, the novel recounts the rabbits' odyssey as they escape the destruction of their warren to seek a place in which to establish a new home, encountering perils and temptations along the way. The novel takes its name from the rabbits' destination, Watership Down, a hill in the north of Hampshire, England, near the area where Adams grew up. The story...