• James Fenimore Cooper
    James Fenimore Cooper was born in Burlington, New Jersey on September 15, 1789. He was the eleventh of twelve children born to William and Elizabeth Cooper. When James was one year old the family moved to the frontier, and his father established the settlement of Cooperstown at the head of Susqueh
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  • James Fenimore Cooper
    James Fenimore Cooper James Fenimore Cooper was born in Burlington, New Jersey on September 15, 1789 to William and Elizabeth Cooper. He was born the eleventh of twelve children. When James was one year old the family moved to the frontier of Lake Otsego, New York, and his father established t
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  • James Fenimore Cooper
    James Fenimore Cooper was one of the pioneers in American novel writing. Cooper used the life and things he had experienced and turned them into best-selling novels that have held up throughout the years. He became famous with the publication of the wilderness adventures. Along with the success th
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  • James Fenimore Cooper Bio
    James Fenimore cooper was a well known novelist in the eighteen hundreds, as well as, the countries first great social critic. He was a son, a brother, a husband, and most of all a dad Cooper was born on September 15, 1789, in Burlington, New Jersey. He was the eleventh child born to Elizabeth Feni
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  • James Fenimore Cooper
    Connor Roche Research Paper JAMES FENIMORE COOPER James Fenimore Cooper was an important literary figure of the 1800s, best known for his novels. He is perhaps most noted for his greatest work of literature: The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757, a tale that chronicles the journey of
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  • James Fenimoore Cooper
    James Fenimore Cooper James Fenimore Cooper was born in Burlington, New Jersey in the year 1789. While he was still young, his family moved to Cooperstown, New York, which his father founded. James Fenimore spent most of his time as a young boy on the family estates along the shore line. Being
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  • Susan Fenimore Cooper, Nature Writing, and the Problem of Canonical Elision
    "Susan Fenimore Cooper, Nature Writing, and The Problem of Canonical Elision" by Rochelle Johnson Ph.D., CGU English Department The research paper is quite possibly the most common assignment in English courses at CGU. For tips on how to approach your research papers, see our brochure on Writing
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  • James Fenimore Coopeer's Leatherstocking Tales
    James Fenimore Cooper’s Leathertocking Tales : 19th century American Frontier Literature. 1/ General overview: The frontier romance is an imaginative form of literature giving shape and meaning to the American experience. It portrays the ambivalent drama of the frontier hero‘s encounter with
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  • Style Analysis of Joseph Conrad and James Cooper
    Joseph Conrad held James Fenimore Cooper in high esteem. "[Cooper's] sympathy is large, and his humor is as genuine-and as perfectly unaffected-as his art." Although Conrad rarely used humor, he copied Cooper's style to a "t" and never left out any details. Both authors never wanted to leave any
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  • Turn of the Screw- Henry James
    “Henry James was born at two Washington Place in New York City on April 15,1843. He was the second son to Henry James, Sr., an independently wealthy intellectual, and Mary Robertson James. From 1843 to 1845, James took his first trip to Europe. He lived in New York City with his family at 5
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  • William Cooper: in the Land of Opportunity
    In the Land of Opportunity At an early age, William Cooper— born to a poor Quaker farmer— was resourceful at climbing his way to the top. In late 1774, Cooper married Elizabeth Fenimore, “the daughter of a well-to-do Quaker farmer (Taylor 17),” in civil ceremony without parental consent
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  • - the Origins of Fiction and American Identity: a Comparison of Irving and Cooper
    - The origins of fiction and American identity: a comparison of Irving and Cooper - In this assignment I am going to focus on the origin of American fiction and specifically, I am going to talk about two famous authors who are characteristic of this type of literature. The purpose of this essay
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