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Watership Down by Richard Adams: A tale of courage, loyalty, language http://www.theguardian.com/books/book...
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Watership Down

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Fiver could sense danger. Something terrible was going to happen to the warren; he felt sure of it. They had to leave immediately. So begins a long and perilous journey of survival for a small band of rabbits. As the rabbits skirt danger at every turn, we become acquaint...

Fiver could sense danger. Something terrible was going to happen to the warren; he felt sure of it. They had to leave immediately. So begins a long and perilous journey of survival for a small band of rabbits. As the rabbits skirt danger at every turn, we become acquainted with the band, its humorous characters, and its compelling culture, complete with its own folk history and mythos. Fiver's vision finally leads them to Watership Down, an upland meadow. But here they face their most difficult challenges of all.

A stirring epic of courage and survival against the odds, Watership Down has become a beloved classic for all ages. Both an exciting adventure story and an involving allegory about freedom, ethics, and human nature, it has delighted generations with its unique and charming world, winning many awards and being adapted to film, television, and theater.

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emptylakes
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I'm reading Watership Down. Sometimes I forget they're rabbits and get spooked when I remember
tuffbun
im starting the watership down audiobook this morning so expect Emotional Rabbit Tweets from now on
cedrixclarke
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@janelightbourne I reread Watership Down last summer, and had forgotten how so very dark it was. Perfect example of having hope in darkness.
HelenJGracie
Im reading Watership Down and just got to a scary bit. I'll never sleep now im worried about poor bunnies #booklover #tooinvolved
H00T0WL101
Photo: owlycity: "…are my best friends but boy I need a hug." So I was reading Watership Down and this... http://t.co/Es86NBK6yO
TuiSnider
.@10minutewriter I loved Watership Down, too! Ooh - now I wanna re-read it... #StoryDam
whattheshot
3 people found shot #22748 but @shanmudashu was 1st! It was "Watership Down" (1978). Next shot in 15min! http://t.co/Djq94UN2se
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cgruenbauer
@jessecnockaert Thanks! I already have a copy of Watership Down, just haven't gotten around to reading it yet.
Furrtwo
it's spring and do you know what that means??? that means it's time to reread Watership Down, HECK YEAAHHHH!!
GoatFarmArtsCtr
Now Playing TERMINUS is a work inspired by Richard Adam’s famous novel Watership Down, set in the South at... http://t.co/hjH5Y8Lri5
sarb
@leggully All that pent up aggression ... Were you listening to an audiobook of Watership Down when it ate the earphones?
yeo_david
The amount of will power necessary to read Watership down is too much
AshleyOveracker
Tried to read watership down, didn't go to well...
ClaireAshgrove
#sffwrtcht rest of the class studied Watership Down. It was a regency romance. And it's still hiding under my bed. My actual professional
chrishilinski
What chapter do we have to read up to for Watership down????
pinky_princess
@leamingtonlaura Jesus no. That scarred me for life! Next you’ll be saying Watership Down!
nidget13
@foodfilmwarwick bad news on the Goonies, family films don't get any better. Jurassic Park or Watership Down instead? #commonsense
TRUOpenLearning
MT @scotty_softy: @truopenlearning To Kill a Mockingbird, Watership Down, Farenheit 451. I have read those books over and over again.
russkick
Richard Adams set Watership Down in the actual area of southern England he grew up in. Photos of those spots: http://t.co/zWu0By5NoM
Lawrence_Xie
@eatsleepruneat @fcdallan Reminds me of Watership Down. Rabbits cannot count past four. Any subsequent number is just "many" or "several".
EileenAlbrizio
1st novel published over 50 - Karen Blixen: Out of Africa. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Little House on the Prairie. Richard Adams: Watership Down
scotty_softy
@truopenlearning To Kill a Mockingbird, Watership Down, Farenheit 451. I have read those books over and over again. Love them.
RyleyMaree23
I respect anyone who is actually reading Watership Down.
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lwellspv
@borismurchie @snowdropman That's really beautiful! I was up on Watership Down yesterday and they are looking great there too.
illbreatheyouin
I have been sitting here for 4 hours listening to the audio book of Watership Down. #playedyououtmrshenry #thisniggadontpickupabook
bay_mitch37
Just spilled a whole cup of ice tea on my Watership Down book. Wish I could say I was mad😏

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