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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Critique: If James Fenimore Cooper was not "the most interesting man in the world" during his era, then surely he was a contender.
history, such as Samuel Morse, James Fenimore Cooper, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Charles Sumner, wander in and out of McCullough's tale as the decades unfold.
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.
Knott looks at such well-known figures as William Bradford, James Fenimore Cooper, John Muir, John Burroughs, and Teddy Roosevelt; Ojibwe conceptions of the forest and natural world (including how Longfellow mythologized them); early explorer accounts; and contemporary literature set in the Upper Peninsula, including Jim Harrison's "True North" and Philip Caputo's "lndian Country.
Greater Journey is organized around chapters focusing on either single figures like Mary Cassatt, James Fenimore Cooper, Samuel Morse, George Healy, and Augustus Saint-Gaudens, or groups defined by pursuits like art or medicine.
This was the Paris inhabited by James Fenimore Cooper, Samuel Morse, Dr.
And in a sense, he was the Southern analogue of James Fenimore Cooper, if Cooper was the American Sir Walter Scott.
Twain," and matching the Circle's finest (Kerry Driscoll, Bruce Michelson, and John Bird) against the James Fenimore Cooper Society's best-they-had-to-offer (Wayne Franklin, Matt Sivils, and Signe Wegener).
Flint traces the British reception of American literature about Indians, particularly that of James Fenimore Cooper and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Song of Hiawatha, and Western-themed British novels by Mayne Reid and others.
This year's much anticipated publication of the first volume of Wayne Franklin's biography of James Fenimore Cooper, covering the author's life to the eve of his six-year sojourn to Europe in 1826, marks an annus mirabilis for students of Cooper and early American culture alike.
Which novel by James Fenimore Cooper was made into a film starring Daniel Day-Lewis?