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by James Fenimore Cooper
Author: James Fenimore Cooper
Publisher: Sovremennoe slovo (2001)
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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 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.
First published in 1831. ISBN 978-1-62011-808-5. The author has endeavored to give his countrymen, in this book, a picture of the social system of one of the soi-disant republics of the other hemisphere. There has been no attempt to portray historical characters, only too fictitious in their graver dress, but simply to set forth the familiar operations of Venetian policy.
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.
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Childhood & Early Life. He attacked European anti-republicanism in novel ‘The Bravo’ in 1831
Childhood & Early Life. James Fenimore Cooper was the eleventh of the twelve children born to William Cooper and Elizabeth Cooper, in Burlington, New Jersey. His father was a United States Congressman. He attacked European anti-republicanism in novel ‘The Bravo’ in 1831. In 1832, in a series of letters to Le National, a Parisian journal, he defended the United States against a string of charges brought against them by the Revue Britannique. In modern times, the ‘James Fenimore Cooper Memorial Prize’ is awarded to students who have been exceptional in the field of ‘journalism’ at the New York University. Quotes: Never, Will, Character.
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James Fenimore Cooper was a popular American author. 1830: Letter to General Lafayette (politics, about France vs. US and cost of government). 1831: The Bravo: A Tale (novel set in Venice, 18th century)
James Fenimore Cooper was a popular American author. Born in 1789 in New Jersey, he became part of the Romantic literary movement. Many of his novels were influenced by the years he spent in the . 1831: The Bravo: A Tale (novel set in Venice, 18th century). 1832: The Heidenmauer: or, The Benedictines, A Legend of the Rhine (novel, German Rhineland, 16th century). 1832: "No Steamboats" (short story).
James Fenimore Cooper was one of the most popular American authors in the early . James Fenimore Cooper. It is a strong proof of the diffusive tendency of every thing in this country, that America never yet collected a fleet.
James Fenimore Cooper was one of the most popular American authors in the early 19th century. Cooper wrote many historical romances that depicted frontier and Indian life. Cooper also served in the . Navy and many of his books were based off his experiences. Eighteenth-century Venice is the setting for The Bravo, a sprawling sea novel that is equal parts travelogue, cultural analysis, political treatise, and adventure tale. Nothing is wanting to this display of power but the will.
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