Richard Adams, author of 'Watership Down', reads from his book in 2008 at the Whitchurch (England) Arts presentation of Aldo Galli's paintings, which were inspired by the book.
Richard Adams, author of 'Watership Down', reads from his book in 2008 at the Whitchurch (England) Arts presentation of Aldo Galli's paintings, which were inspired by the book. Andrew Reeves-Hall Creative Commons
Richard Adams, author of 'Watership Down', reads from his book in 2008 at the Whitchurch (England) Arts presentation of Aldo Galli's paintings, which were inspired by the book. Andrew Reeves-Hall Creative Commons

Richard Adams, best-selling British author of 'Watership Down,' dies at 96

December 27, 2016 12:25 PM

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