A thing can be true and still be desperate folly, Hazel.
More Quotes from Richard Adams:This was their way of honoring the dead. The story over, the demands of their own hard, rough lives began to re-assert themselves in their hearts, in their nerves, their blood and appetites. Would that the dead were not dead! But there is grass that must be eaten, pellets that must be chewed, hraka that must be passed, holes that must be dug, sleep that must be slept. Odysseus brings not one man to shore with him. Yet he sleeps sound beside Calypso and when he wakes thinks only of Penelope.
Rabbits live close to death and when death comes closer than usual, thinking about survival leaves little room for anything else.
Underground, the story continued.
We all have to meet our match sometime or other.
There is no doubt, Mr. Quillen is a dedicated leader.
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