Richard Adams

(b. 1920)

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(1920– )

Children's writer and novelist, born in Newbury, Berkshire. He is best known for his highly successful fantasy Watership Down (1972), an anthropomorphic account of rabbit society. Other works include Shardik (1974) and The Plague Dogs (1977).


Subjects: Literature.

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