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Watership Down (381 words)
Watership Down is the title of Richard Adams's first and most successful novel, named after a hill in the north of Hampshire in England where Adams grew up.
Watership Down has become a modern classic and in 1978 was made into an acclaimed animated film, directed by Martin Rosen.
In 2003, Watership Down was in the top 30 in a public vote for the 100 greatest books of all time taken by the BBC.
Watership Down - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (775 words)
Watership Down tells the story of the escape of a group of rebellious rabbits who — against the wishes of their Chief Rabbit — escape from their threatened warren, and of their subsequent adventures.
Watership Down is one of the legendary classics of xenofiction - many editions include an appendix of the Lapine vocabulary.
Watership Down is notable as an ensemble story, with multiple protagonists who each serve a useful function under quietly competent leadership.
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