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Who wrote the classic tale, Watership Down?



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j.Barbara

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Answered Nov 27, 2017

The person who wrote the classic tale entitled Watership Down is none other than Richard Adams. Born Richard George Adams on May 09, 1920 in Wash Common, Newbury, Berkshire, England, he was known as the author of some of the following works: Shardik which was published in 1972, The Plague Dogs which was published in 1977, The Ship’s Cat which was published in 1977, The Girl in a Swing in 1980, Maia in 1984, Traveller in 1988, and Tales from Watership Down in 1996.

Watership Down was published in November 1972 by Rex Collings and was a fantasy adventure novel which covered the story of several rabbits who were living in Southern England. Some of the characters include: Hazel, Fiver, Bigwig, Blackberry, Holly, and Bluebell.

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Answered Sep 01, 2017

Richard Adams
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