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Richard Adams dies...

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Author of Watership Down, aged 96. Read More
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Author of Watership Down, aged 96.
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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why did the eyes that burnt so brightly, suddenly burn so dim?
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R.I.P.
https://images7.alphacoders.com/436/436845.jpg
banned 5 Likes #3
IamMT
why did the eyes that burnt so brightly, suddenly burn so dim?

Hit by a car if I remember
#4
The Plague Of Dogs
#5
Th Grim Reaper: winner of **** of the year award 2016
3 Likes #6
Great writer, he understood wildlife, loved his books. Rip, thanks for giving us fiver, hazel, bigwig and the others.
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I read Watership Down 40 odd years ago as a kid when i was off sick from school and its stayed with me ever since, it was such a powerful book, thanks for that Mr Adams,R.I.P.
1 Like #9
airfix
IamMT
why did the eyes that burnt so brightly, suddenly burn so dim?
Burn so 'pale' you 'dim'wit ! :(


Uncalled for!

Film always made me cry as a child :( only really learnt to appreciate it as an adult.
#10
Maverick77
airfix
IamMT
why did the eyes that burnt so brightly, suddenly burn so dim?
Burn so 'pale' you 'dim'wit ! :(
Uncalled for!
Film always made me cry as a child :( only really learnt to appreciate it as an adult.
I meant as a joke but the lyrics are pale and not dim :)
#11
beau_higgs
The Plague Of Dogs
You mean the plaque dogs? Two dogs escape from a animal testing centte, snitter and someone else??
banned#12
LoRdPlOps111
Th Grim Reaper: winner of **** of the year award 2016

To whom?
#13
YouDontWantToKnow
LoRdPlOps111
Th Grim Reaper: winner of **** of the year award 2016
To whom?

Me plus many, many others...
#14
rip in piece
#15
coys67
I read Watership Down 40 odd years ago as a kid when i was off sick from school and its stayed with me ever since, it was such a powerful book, thanks for that Mr Adams,R.I.P.
Remember the seagull ? Kayar ? Trying to take flight after crash landing? And the snare ?
#16
RIP Iv never read the book before. Have seen the film twice as a child and adult and found it mesmerising both times. Very saddened yet again this year. :-(
#17
Moonwolf1976
RIP Iv never read the book before. Have seen the film twice as a child and adult and found it mesmerising both times. Very saddened yet again this year. :-(
If you get a chance give it a read then pass it onto your loved ones to read if they havn't read it
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I think his books helped you to see how man looks through the eyes of animals, it was always man against nature, and he made you have sympathy with the animal, whether an otter or rabbit or dog .
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#20
I never read the book, but I did watch the film.

Scariest film I ever watched. To this day I'll never understand how it's still got a U rating. oO

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGyQmH9NZcw

R.I.P Richard Adams
#21
On a happier note- The black rbbit (inle) did other stuff

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDe60CbIagg

<3:D

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