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Dogs And Cats Newspaper Article
947 wordsNot every author has the same opinion on certain creatures's tatu's as living things. The extract from "Watership Down" by Richard Adams and the article "From Hutch to House Pets A Rabbit is the Perfect Companion, Even Inside the Home" by Susan Clark are written from a different format of text and therefore have different persuading technique on rabbits as subject matter. These two pieces are concerning rabbits, however, the authors regard rabbits as animals with different intellectual levels. I...
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Shardik By Richard Adams
2,157 wordsShardik, by Richard Adams Richard Adams was born in Newbury, England in May of 1920. He was the youngest of three children, a sister, Katherine, and a brother, John. (Richard had had another brother but he died at the age of three from influenza. ) Richard was his father's favorite. George Adams (his dad), spent most of his time with young Richard teaching him about all the nature in the area. Richard grew up a few miles from the town of Newbury on a three-acre piece of land with a house named O...
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Characters In Watership Saves Wilbur Charlotte
786 wordsIn light of the description of anthropomorphism, I think it is only fitting to use the novels Charlotte s Web and Watership Down to demonstrate them. While both of these novels show animals behaving in different manners, they are both uncharacteristic of normal animal behaviour. Charlotte s Web shows animals behaviour as primarily human while Watership Down demonstrates animals behaving mostly as animals. This said, we see that both these novels show their characters with human traits, however t...
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Meriwether Lewis Leadership Qualities
590 wordsMany people possess leadership qualities although they don? t rule a country. Meriwether Lewis, the official leader of the Lewis and Clark Expedition has been called? undoubtedly the greatest pathfinder this country has ever known. ? Just like Hazel, Meriwether Lewis led a group of followers into unknown territory. The two guides faced many difficult situations that they were able to overcome since they had the qualities of a notable leader. Both of the journeys were rough, but because of the br...
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Richard Adams Rabbits Hazel
750 wordsAUTHOR Watership Down was written by Richard Adams, who was born May 9, 1920, in Berkshire, England. He won two awards for this novel. He is still living. CHARACTERS Hazel became the leader of the rabbits once they left their original warren. He was a very smart and tricky rabbit who won the respect and trust of the other rabbits by his courage and many great deeds. He always handled problems calmly so others would also remained calm. Whenever a plan was needed, Hazel would always come up with o...
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Decision To Release Rabbits Of Watership Hazel
562 wordsThe decisions that men make are not easy ones, but instead are the result of the situation and of necessity. Literary figures through the ages have been confronted with situations that require precise decisions to be made, and regardless of their choice, the characters have to live with the consequences of their actions. Hazel of Watership Down is no exception to this applied rule. Hazel s decision is one made in part by the necessity to survive and without any chance to contemplate the conseque...
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Great Britain Private Life
1,054 wordsWatership Down Watership Down, by Richard Adams, is a tale of adventure and sorrow through the eyes of rabbits as they seek their own place in the animal world. The Sandleford warren rabbits used their natural instinct and fled the intrusion of man and destruction. This decision takes them through the remainder of the book, which enriched by Adams s vivid imagination, tells of their dangerous travels over the green fields and meadows of early England. The group barely survives vicious predators ...
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