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Watership Down written by Richard Adams was originally a story created for the authors children during a trip to Straford which was later on expanded in to a novel Under the fictional category this novel does indeed contain many reflections of the modern society human characteristics and also history The settings of this novel are all based on real locations in the town of Newbury located in England Base of real locations the book will seem more realistic and more interesting The rabbits in this novel symbolize human and adventurous actually represents the zoomed out version of our world The story begins with a notice board that reads This ideally situated estate comprising six acres of excellent building land is to be developed with high class modern residences by Sutch and Martin Limited of Newbury Berks The notice board is near the warren of a group of rabbits which includes the main character of the book One of the main characters Fiver is believed to have telepathic sense of thing that will happen in the near future most likely to be very accurate Fiver is right as proven by the sign which all rabbits cant read Some of Fivers and Hazels Fivers older brother friends trusted the sense of Fiver and followed them out of the warren after the rejection by the chief rabbit concerning about sense of the danger The action of the Chief rabbit is indeed reasonable and in fact it often appears in our society This is more similar to a communalist country in our world The President of a country will make the decision of any event that is to happen and set up the ruleslaws without the input of the citizen by voting et cetera No matter how much effort a group of citizen tries to have its input to a certain caseevent the answer will always be simply a NO against themIt is the same inside the book at
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