James Fenimore Cooper

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Noun1.James Fenimore Cooper - United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)James Fenimore Cooper - United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)
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He tingled with the excitement of the chase, and endeavoured to creep through the undergrowth like one of those intelligent Indians of whom he had read so many years before in the pages of Mr Fenimore Cooper.
It isn't worth while, in these practical times, for people to talk about Indian poetry--there never was any in them--except in the Fenimore Cooper Indians.
Civil War history and the experience and history of World War II have driven out of our minds a truth known to James Fenimore Cooper, Francis Parkman, and Kenneth Roberts.
The series presents peer-reviewed studies on literature in the US from the adoption of the Constitution in 1789 to the death of novelist James Fenimore Cooper in 1851.
John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassatt, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, James Fenimore Cooper, and many others made significant contributions to art and literature during visits to Paris.
Which novel by James Fenimore Cooper was made into a film starring Daniel Day-Lewis?
A tract published circa 1820 warned parents of the evils of books by noted child corruptors such as James Fenimore Cooper and Sir Walter Scott: "A bad book is poison.
Her mission is to reveal what Henry James wanted buried: the precise meaning of his relationships with Minnie Temple, the inspiration for many of his finest fictional characters, and with Constance Fenimore Woolson, the grandniece of James Fenimore Cooper, mi author herself.
Moreau to Fenimore Cooper, Conrad, Kropotkin, de Sade, and Spielberg to centaurs, harpies, the rabbit virus, landfill, and title deeds.
In 1826, James Fenimore Cooper daringly acknowledged the possibility of cross-racial romantic attraction in a subplot of Last of the Mohicans.
Along with James Fenimore Cooper, William Gilmore Simms is a respected and prolific fictionist of frontier life in America.