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James Fenimore Cooper Resources

James Fenimore Cooper Resources

James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851) Cooper is considered the first fully American novelist – someone who achieved literary success writing about American issues, characters, and settings. He was influenced in his writing by the adventure novels...

Cooper and Berlioz Overture “Le Corsaire Rouge”

Cooper and Berlioz Overture “Le Corsaire Rouge”

Berlioz commemorates the death of James Fenimore Cooper Composer Hector Berlioz was a great admirer of James Fenimore Cooper and commemorated Cooper’s death by renaming one of his overtures Le corsaire rouge, translated from...

Cooper by Carl Van Doren: Cambridge History of American Literature

Cooper by Carl Van Doren: Cambridge History of American Literature

James Fenimore Cooper Cambridge History of American Literature (1917-1921), Book II, Chapter VI by Carl Van Doren James Fenimore Cooper: Youth, Naval Career Precaution The Spy The Pioneers The Pilot The Last of the...

Fenimore Cooper’s Literary Offenses by Mark Twain

Fenimore Cooper’s Literary Offenses by Mark Twain

It is likely that the literary offenses of James Fenimore Cooper are no more dire than the offenses of at least half the authors represented in a modern bookstore, but Mark Twain certainly enjoyed humorously critiquing...

The Lake Gun by James Fenimore Cooper

The Lake Gun by James Fenimore Cooper

The Lake Gun By James Fenimore Cooper “The Lake Gun” is one of James Fenimore Cooper’s very few short stories, and was written in the last year of his life. It was commissioned by...