1 edition of James Fenimore Cooper: a census of books to 1861. found in the catalog.
James Fenimore Cooper: a census of books to 1861.
in Austin, Tex
Written in English
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An early French edition of James Fenimore Cooper's Last of the Mohicans, and one not previously in AAS's comprehensive collection of early Cooper editions. The translation is by A.-J.-B. Defauconpret, a lawyer who, after moving to England, supported himself by churning out serviceable translations of Scott, Marryat, Cooper, and other English. American writer James Fenimore Cooper is perhaps best know for his series of novels collectively known as the Leatherstocking Tales. Among the most famous of these tales is The Last of the Mohicans, a historical novel set in the s during the French and Indian War. Here, we offer a selection from a radio broadcast of the novel.
"The James Fenimore Cooper Society is dedicated to promoting the study of the life and works of James Fenimore Cooper (), encouraging the enjoyment of his 32 novels, and appreciation of his ideas, and providing useful information to students, scholars, and readers." James Fenimore Cooper Biography Biography and recommended readings of. JAMES FENIMORE COOPER (), American novelist, was born at Burlington, New Jersey, on the 15th of September 1 The earlier letters of this correspondence show how rapidly he rose to distinction in a field where success was difficult, as it was already occupied by such men as John Abernethy, Sir Astley Cooper and Henry Cline.
Hailed as the man of letters of the Old South, Simms garnered the respect of readers in the North and South, including such contemporaries as Edgar Allan Poe and James Fenimore Cooper. Simms’ versatility and talent were evidenced in some 72 book-length works, including novels, short story collections, poetry, drama, literary criticism, essays. The Crater, or, Vulcan's Peak: A Tale of the Pacific (New York: J. G. Gregory, ), by James Fenimore Cooper (page images at MOA) The Crater, or, Vulcan's Peak: A Tale of the Pacific, by James Fenimore Cooper (Gutenberg text) Cruiser Scout: Recollections of .
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Get this from a library. James Fenimore Cooper: a census of books to [Warner Barnes]. James Fenimore CooperINTRODUCTIONPRINCIPAL WORKSGENERAL COMMENTARYTITLE COMMENTARYFURTHER READING(Has also written under the pseudonym Jane Morgan) American novelist, essayist, biographer, and critic.
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(New York, D. Appleton & Co., ), by James Fenimore Cooper (page images at HathiTrust) The two admirals. A tale. (New York, D. Appleton and Co., ), by James Fenimore Cooper (page images at HathiTrust) For love of country; a story of land and sea in the days of the Revolution.
Cooper's Otsego County: A Bicentennial Guide of Sites in Otsego County Associated with the Life and Fiction of James Fenimore Cooper, (Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association, ), by Hugh C. MacDougall (HTML with commentary at James Fenimore Cooper Society) Filed under: New York (State) -- Politics and government.
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The Legends and Traditions of a Northern County by James Fenimore Cooper () New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, Return to Books about Cooper and Cooperstown. Return to Home Page. Placed on line November the complete works of James Fenimore Cooper, involving designs for 64 steel engravings and wood engravings.
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Native authors such as James Fenimore Cooper (The Last of the Mohicans) and /5(2). Ohio State University Library. Census of Ohio, by counties and minor civil divisions, with comparative tables, etc. James Fenimore Cooper. From the Brittle Books digitization program at the Ohio State University Libraries.
Topics: Cooper, James Fenimore. Regarding the Atlantic coast, for example, James Fenimore Cooper noted: "[it] is, with scarcely an exception, low, monotonous and tame.
It wants Alpine rocks, bold promontories, visible heights inland, and all those other glorious accessories of the sort that render the coast of. Cooperstown, NY, Telephone Books, /24, /41, /43 New York State Library being a brief history of Cooperstown with a biographical sketch of James Fenimore Cooper Family History Library (Cooperstown, N.Y.) US Newspaper Directory Otsego Republican.
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A book of English verse, being an anthology of the patriotic poetry of the British Empire, from the defeat of the Spanish Armada till the death of Queen Victoria (English) (as Author of introduction, etc.).
Title: The Novels of James Fenimore Cooper Author: James Fenimore Cooper Publisher: Sampson Low, Son & Co. Printing Year: Number of Volumes: volume set Notes: Bound in three-quarter leather over marbled boards with gilt lettering and emblems and raised spine bands, this antique set is a compilation of novels from noted author James.
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Dufresne: Delta Green: Eyes Only by Dennis Detwiller: Delusion by Joanna Elm: Demons Are A Ghoul's Best. A narrative of By J. Fenimore Cooper.
Cooper, James Fenimore, /  The last of the Mohicans. A narrative of By J. Fenimore Cooper. Willard, Emma, /  Last periods of universal history. Lowell, James Russell, /  Last poems of James Russell Lowell: Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Furthermore, the year opened with Washington Irving’s “Sketch Book,” immediately followed by a third novel by Cooper; and, though it was not till that another American work gained admittance into this charmed circle, not fewer than three of Irving’s books succeeded one another in.
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