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Title:
Watership down : the graphic novel
ISBN:
9781984857194

9781984857200
Edition:
First graphic edition.
Physical Description:
383 pages : chiefly color illustrations, color map ; 26 cm
General Note:
"Adapted from WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams"--Colophon page.
Contents:
Part I : The journey. The notice board -- The chief rabbit -- Hazel's decision -- The departure -- The story of the blessing of El-ahrairah -- The crossing -- The crow and the beanfield -- The hard road -- The stranger in the field -- Hospitality -- The shining wire -- Part II : On Watership down. Watership down -- Fear in the dark -- A mouse -- For El-ahrairah to cry -- Kehaar -- Far afield -- Nuthanger farm -- Fiver beyond -- You can't imagine it unless you've been there -- Return and departure -- Part III : Efrafa. The black rabbit of Inlé -- The great river -- The Hlessi -- A stroke of luck -- Approaching thunder -- The thunder builds up -- The thunder breaks -- Part IV: Hazel-rah. The way back -- The news at sunset -- A messenger from El-ahrairah -- Nuthanger farm again -- Bigwig stands his ground -- And last -- Lapine glossary -- Adapting rabbits -- Acknowledgments -- About the creators.
Summary:
A beautiful and faithful graphic novel adaptation of Richard Adams's beloved story of a group of rabbits on an epic journey in search of home."Every rabbit that stays behind is in great danger. We will welcome any rabbit who joins us." Watership Down is a classic tale of survival, hope, courage, and friendship that has delighted and inspired readers around the world for more than fifty years. Masterfully adapted by award-winning author James Sturm and gorgeously illustrated by bestselling artist Joe Sutphin, this spectacular graphic novel will delight old fans and inspire new ones, bringing the joy of Watership Down to a new generation of readers.
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