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Watership Down

Watership Down

  

by Richard Adams

Watership Down: Quotes (What Was Said) True or False

1. Who said "Listen, Dandelion. You're fond of stories, aren't you? I'll tell you one—yes, one for El-ahrairah to cry at"? -> Fiver
2. Who tells the story where a rabbit says of humans that "They killed us to suit themselves"? -> Hazel
3. Who said that rabbits don't need tricks but rather "Rabbits need dignity and, above all, the will to accept their fate"? -> Silverweed
4. Who said "The Council were merciful—the Council were merciful—the Council—I can't remember it, sir, I really can't"? -> Blackavar
5. Who said of Woundwort that "He was a fighting animal—fierce as a rat or a dog. He fought because he actually felt safer fighting than running"? -> Woundwort

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