James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) grew up at Otsego Hall, his father’s manorial estate near Lake Otsego in upstate New York. Unless you're contemplating a thesis on the writing of Cooper (and you need info on his more boring works) I'd skip this.
James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) grew up at Otsego Hall, his father’s manorial estate near Lake Otsego in upstate New York. Educated at Yale, he spent five years at sea, as a foremast hand and then as a midshipman in the navy. At thirty he was suddenly plunged into a literary career when his wife challenged his claim that he could write a better book that the English novel he was reading to her. The result was Precaution (1820), a novel of manners.
James Fenimore Cooper (September 15, 1789 – September 14, 1851) was an American writer of the first half of the 19th century
James Fenimore Cooper (September 15, 1789 – September 14, 1851) was an American writer of the first half of the 19th century. His historical romances depicting frontier and Native American life from the 17th to the 19th centuries created a unique form of American literature. He lived much of his boyhood and the last fifteen years of life in Cooperstown, New York, which was founded by his father William on property that he owned.
James Fenimore Cooper, first major American novelist, author of the novels of frontier .
James Fenimore Cooper, first major American novelist, author of the novels of frontier adventure known as the Leatherstocking Tales, featuring the wilderness scout called Natty Bumppo, or Hawkeye. They include The Pioneers (1823), The Last of the Mohicans (1826), The Prairie (1827), The Pathfinder. Cooper’s mother, Elizabeth Fenimore, was a member of a respectable New Jersey Quaker family, and his father, William, founded a frontier settlement at the source of the Susquehanna River (now Cooperstown, New York) and served as a Federalist congressman during the administrations of George Washington and John Adams.
Its first appearance was in the year 1827. The Great Prairies appear to be the final gathering place of the red men. The remnants of the Mohicans, and the Delawares, of the Creeks, Choctaws, and Cherokees, are destined to fulfil their time on these vast plains. The entire number of the Indians, within the Union, is differently computed, at between one and three hundred thousand souls. Most of them inhabit the country west of the Mississippi.
I would call James Fenimore Cooper's works slightly enigmatic - he makes it rather difficult to draw connections between events and people, and plot structures don't seem to be his strongest point. The plot just meanders along following long adventures which should be sub-points to the plot but which turn out to be pillars of the novel.
James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) grew up at Otsego Hall, his father's manorial . Thomas Philbrick is professor emeritus of English at the University of Pittsburgh.
James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) grew up at Otsego Hall, his father's manorial estate near Lake Otsego in upstate New York. His second book, The Spy (1821), was an immediate success, and with The Pioneers (1823) he began his series of Leatherstocking Tales. By 1826 when The Last of the Mohicans appeared, his standing as a major novelist was clearly established. From 1826 to 1833 Cooper and his family lived and traveled in France, Switzerland, Italy, and Germany.
In The Pilot (1824) and The Red Rover (1828), James Fenimore Cooper invented a new literary genre: the sea . Cooper drew on his direct knowledge of ships and sailors to present a truer picture of life on the sea than had ever before achieved in literature.
In The Pilot (1824) and The Red Rover (1828), James Fenimore Cooper invented a new literary genre: the sea novel. Collected here in a single Library of America volume, they are among his finest works. Bold, vigorous, original, each is a tale of high adventure that vividly captures the majesty and power of the seafaring life. As a boy of seventeen he had sailed before the mast on a merchantman bound from New York to London and then to Spain.
James Fenimore Cooper, James Paul Elliott. The Two Admirals: A Tale (Writings of James Fenimore Cooper). 0 Mb. The Pathfinder: Or; The Inland Sea, by James Fenimore Cooper. James Fenimore Cooper. 393 Kb. The Prairie: by James Fenimore Cooper. 418 Kb. Pilot: A Tale of the Sea (Writings of James Fenimore Cooper). James Fenimore Cooper, Kay Seymour House. 2 Mb.
James Fenimore Cooper was an established early nineteenth century American writer. He prolifically penned historical fiction and was a major proponent of Romanticism. He is famous for writing a romantic masterpiece, The Last of the Mohicans. Born on September 15, 1789, Cooper grew up in Burlington, New Jersey. He was the eleventh child of William Cooper and Elizabeth Cooper. He was named after his grandfather who emigrated from England to America. Cooper’s family briefly lived in New Jersey and moved to New York. In 1802, he got enrolled at Yale universit.
Pages and pictures, from the writings of James Fenimore Cooper. Pathfinder; or, the inland sea. Precaution. The Red Rover : a tale of the sea. The red rover, a tale (Volume 1). The red rover, a tale (Volume 2). The red rover, a tale (Volume 3). The red rover; a tale. Pitman's shorthand writing exercises and examination tests; a series of graduated exercises on every rule in the system and adapted for use by the private student or in public classes.
Author: James Fenimore Cooper,Thomas Philbrick,Marianne Philbrick
Category: Bio and Memoris
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Publisher: SUNY Press (January 24, 1991)
Pages: 676 pages
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