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The pathfinder ; or The inland sea

Natty Bumppo protects the woman he loves on a hazardous journey, considering both his love for her and the great woods in which he is free of the society he shuns.

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  • "Sammlung"
  • "Guide"
  • "[Leatherstocking tales]"
  • "Cooper's novels"
  • "Cooper's novels"@en
  • "Inland sea"
  • "Inland sea"@en
  • "Pathfinder"
  • "Pathfinder"@en
  • "Oeuvres de Fenimore Cooper illustrée"
  • "Lionel Lincoln"@en
  • "James Fenimore Cooper's The pathfinder"@en
  • "Pathfinder or the inland sea"
  • "Path finder"
  • "Sources of the Susquehanna"@en
  • "pathfinder"
  • "Pathfinder. Français"
  • "Novels"
  • "Pathfinder, or, The Inland Sea"@it
  • "inland sea"
  • "Pathfinder. French"
  • "Amerikanische Romane"
  • "Leatherstocking tales"@en
  • "Island sea"@en
  • "Leather-stocking tales"@en
  • "Leaguer of Boston"@en
  • "Deerslayer: or, the first war-path"
  • "PATHFINDER"

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  • "Die Serie "Meisterwerke der Literatur" beinhaltet die Klassiker der deutschen und weltweiten Literatur in einer einzigartigen Sammlung für Ihren eBook Reader. Lesen Sie die besten Werke grosser Schriftsteller,Poeten, Autoren und Philosophen auf Ihrem Reader. Dieses Werk bietet zusätzlich * Eine Biografie/Bibliografie des Autors. "Der Pfadfinder" erzählt die Geschichte des alten Seemanns Charles Cap, der seine Nichte Mabel zu ihrem Vater in ein Fort nahe des Ontario-Sees bringen muss. Auf der Reise muss die Gruppe unzähligen Gefahren trotzen."
  • "Natty Bumppo protects the woman he loves on a hazardous journey, considering both his love for her and the great woods in which he is free of the society he shuns."@en
  • "The Pathfinder; or, The Inland Sea is a historical novel by James Fenimore Cooper detailing the journeys of Natty Bumppo throughout the American West as he encounters Native American conflicts, prisoners of war and more. This is the first book of the two-volume set."@en
  • "In the sequel to The last of the Mohicans, Natty Bumppo tries to help a small outpost on Lake Ontario."@en
  • "This book is the fourth novel Cooper wrote featuring Natty Bumppo, his fictitious frontier hero. "The Pathfinder" is the third chronological episode of the "Leatherstocking Tales." The inland sea of the title refers to Lake Ontario."@en
  • "In the sequel to The Last of the Mohicans, Natty Bumppo tries to help a small outpost on Lake Ontario."@en
  • "In the sequel to The Last of the Mohicans, Natty Bumppo tries to help a small outpost on Lake Ontario."
  • "Známý román amerického spisovatele líčí dobrodružné příběhy bělochů v polovině osmnáctého století v oblasti jezera Ontaria, obývané Indiány. Angličané a Francouzi tu zápolí o nadvládu a používají pro své cíle kromě vlastníchvojáků i divokých indiánských kmenů. Do toho rámce je zasazen idealisovaný příběh neohrožené dívky, která se četnými nebezpečími vydává za svým otcem, anglickým seržantem, provázena zkušeným zálesákem Stopařem a jeho věrnýmdruhem, Indiánem Delawarou. Román, který byl napsán před více než sto lety proslavil svého autora líčením netknuté severoamerické přírody a indiánských domorodců."
  • "The Pathfinder marked the return of Natty Bumppo, the hero of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales, thirteen years after the publication of The Prairie. For a time, Bumppo's thoughts turn toward the domestic, but in the end Bumppo returns to his proper home in the wilderness. Chronologically the third of the five novels to feature Bumppo, The Pathfinder is distinguished by its depiction of the middle-aged hero in love. The Pathfinder was made into a 1952 movie starring Jay Silverheels as Chingachgook, and has twice been filmed for television, most recently in a 1996 production starring Kevin Dillon and Graham Greene. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "Natty Bumppo, now forty, helps defend a small outpost on Lake Ontario from the Iroquois."@en
  • "An abridged version of the story complete with vocabulary and comprehension checks for beginning readers."@en
  • "From the Publisher: In The Pathfinder, James Fenimore Cooper tells a thrilling tale of naval adventure, rival love, and wilderness experience that captures the rough-and-tumble life on the shores of Lake Ontario during the French and Indian War. Cooper is the foremost author of historical romance in American literature, and The Pathfinder remains one of the finest examples of the genre. The Pathfinder stands alone as an example of Cooper's unique ability to depict how the combination of tenderness and violence brings order to the American frontier."@en
  • "This adaptation of the original story is presented in the format of a novel study, complete with exercises and vocabulary lists, and is geared for the language arts classes of grades 4 and 5."@en
  • "A tale of early American adventure, romance and treachery."
  • "Vigorous, self-reliant, amazingly resourceful, and moral, Natty Bumppo is the prototype of the Western hero. A faultless arbiter of wilderness justice, he hates middle-class hypocrisy. But he finds his love divided between the woman he has pledged to protect on a treacherous journey and the untouched forest that sustains him in his beliefs. A fast-paced narrative full of adventure and majestic descriptions of early frontier life, Indian raiders, and defenseless outposts, The Pathfinder set the standard for epic action literature."@en
  • ""In The Pathfinder,Cooper resuscitated the figure of Natty Bumppo, returning the Leather-Stocking to the New York forest. The imagination that revived Natty from the grave was intent on the author's own return, not just to modes he had seemingly abandoned, but to a position of moral authority in a republic about which he was deeply worried. Although Cooper still believed in the democratic-republican creed of Jefferson and Jackson, he agreed with the Commodore in Home as Found that America most of all needed "Washington and Natty Bumppo" again. As for the second part of that team, Cooper was only to happy to oblige. He offered him as "the Pathfinder" (another of his happy coinages in the series of novels)--Pathfinder for the nation, not just for Mabel Dunham and her party. Natty Bumppo would come to play a crucial role in the book because of its eventually amphibious nature--for the book as finished combined Cooper's two most successful arenas of action, the forest and the sea. The Pathfinder would also, and again with regard to Natty, fuse adventure tale with love plot. Cooper had made love part of his stories in the previous Leather-Stocking Tales, but (with the notable exception of Cora and Uncas in The Last of the Mohicans) always among his upper-class white characters, so that Natty's new vulnerability to sexual passion marks a turn in the class dynamics of Cooper's fiction. Natty is not the stoic, sexless figure of the first three books but rather a man of flesh and blood. He also has a more truly social existence than the three earlier books accorded him" --"@en
  • ""In The Pathfinder,Cooper resuscitated the figure of Natty Bumppo, returning the Leather-Stocking to the New York forest. The imagination that revived Natty from the grave was intent on the author's own return, not just to modes he had seemingly abandoned, but to a position of moral authority in a republic about which he was deeply worried. Although Cooper still believed in the democratic-republican creed of Jefferson and Jackson, he agreed with the Commodore in Home as Found that America most of all needed "Washington and Natty Bumppo" again. As for the second part of that team, Cooper was only to happy to oblige. He offered him as "the Pathfinder" (another of his happy coinages in the series of novels)--Pathfinder for the nation, not just for Mabel Dunham and her party. Natty Bumppo would come to play a crucial role in the book because of its eventually amphibious nature--for the book as finished combined Cooper's two most successful arenas of action, the forest and the sea. The Pathfinder would also, and again with regard to Natty, fuse adventure tale with love plot. Cooper had made love part of his stories in the previous Leather-Stocking Tales, but (with the notable exception of Cora and Uncas in The Last of the Mohicans) always among his upper-class white characters, so that Natty's new vulnerability to sexual passion marks a turn in the class dynamics of Cooper's fiction. Natty is not the stoic, sexless figure of the first three books but rather a man of flesh and blood. He also has a more truly social existence than the three earlier books accorded him" --"
  • "This historic saga, the fourth in the author's series, captures the drama of the struggle between the French and the English, with their respective Indian allies, for a contested North American wilderness during the French and Indian wars. Once again, Cooper's noble hero, Natty Bumppo, is pitted against the unforgiving elements, amidst an atmosphere of political treachery."
  • "The Pathfinder (1840), Cooper's most picturesque novel and the fourth of the five Leatherstocking Tales, is a naval story set on the Great Lakes of the 1750s. Fashioned from Cooper's own experience as a midshipman on Lake Ontario in 1808-09, the novel revives Natty Bumpo (who had died in The Prairie), and illuminates Cooper's interest in American history with his concern for social development."@en
  • "Cooper undertakes a "hazardous experiment" of resurrecting one of his most popular characters, for he had killed off Bumppo in his previous incarnation. This book is noted as a classic account of the American wilderness."@en
  • "The setting of this novel is Lake Ontario in the last months of French success before the Plains of Abraham in 1759. The hero of the story is Leatherstocking."@en
  • "Gear up for a stiff dose of frontier life with The Pathfinder, the third novel in James Fenimore Cooper's beloved Leatherstocking Tales series. Focusing on the pioneer hero Natty Bumppo and his efforts to help the scattered members of a frontier community in the American Midwest, the novel is rich in historical detail, conflict, and adventure."
  • "A retelling of The Pathfinder in comic book format."@en
  • ""In the sequel to 'The Last of the Mohicans, ' Natty Bumppo tries to help a small outpost on Lake Ontario." "Natty Bumppo, now forty, helps defends a small outpost on Lake Ontario from the Iroquois.""@en
  • "Seit Jahren tobt an den einst so friedlichen Ufern des Ontario der Kampf zwischen Engländern und Franzosen um den Besitz des nordamerikanischen Kontinents. Natty Bumppo, der früher "Wildtöter" und "Falkenauge" hieß, wird jetzt "Pfadfinder" genannt und steht in den Diensten der Engländer. Zusammen mit seinem Freund Chingachgook, der seit dem Tod seines Sohnes Unkas einsam geworden ist, unternimmt er höchst gefährliche Streifzüge in das Gebiet feindlicher Indianer. Dabei trifft er auf Mabel, die zu ihrem Vater im englischen Fort am Ontario will. Er hilft ihr, ein gemeinsames Glück mit dem jungen Jasper Western zu begründen. Dieser dritte Teil der fünfbändigen Lederstrumpf-Serie, der 1840 erschien, erzählt von der Bedrohung des bisherigen ungebundenen Lebens der freien Jäger und Waldläufer durch das Vordringen der Zivilisation."
  • "This fourth novel in Cooper's Leatherstocking series recounts Natty Bumppo's courtship of a young woman against the backdrop of the French and Indian War."
  • "This fourth novel in Cooper's Leatherstocking series recounts Natty Bumppo's courtship of a young woman against the backdrop of the French and Indian War."@en
  • "James Fenimore Cooper's classic novel, set on Lake Ontario during the French and Indian Wars and featuring Natty Bumppo and Mohican chief Chingachgook, who serve as scouts for the British."
  • ""Chronologically the third of 'The Leatherstocking Tales,' it portrays Natty Bumppo, the Pathfinder, at the age of forty. Its action takes place in the Lake Ontario region in 1760" --Provided by publisher."@en

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  • "Padvinder"
  • "Le lac Ontario"
  • "The Pathfinder or The Inland Sea : [novel]"
  • "El lago Ontario, version castellana de Javier Bueno"
  • "The pathfinder ; or The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder, or, the inland sea"
  • "גשושי"
  • "The Pathfinder, simplified"@en
  • "The Pathfinder, or, The Inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder, or, The Inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder: or, The inland sea"@en
  • "Stopař = The Pathfinder"
  • "Der Pfadfinder : Für d. Jugend neu bearb. v. Klaus Bernhard"
  • "Avventura sull'Ontario"
  • "The Pathfinder; or, The Inland Sea"
  • "The Pathfinder or the inland sea"
  • "Der Pfadfinder oder Der Binnensee : für die Jugend bearb. von James Fenimore Cooper. Mit Illustr. in Farbendruck (von Max Wulff)"
  • "Stifinder : Med de gamle kendte ill"@da
  • "El Buscador de pistas"
  • "El Buscador de pistas"@es
  • "El Buscador de pistas : novela completa"
  • "The Pathfinder or the Inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder : or The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder, or The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder, or The inland sea"
  • "Pathfinder"
  • "Pathfinder"@en
  • "De Padvinder ; or Het Meer Ontario : Een Verhaal, naar het Engelsch"
  • "Le Lac Ontario, ou, Le guide"
  • "The pathfinder or The inland sea : with an historical introd"
  • "The Pathfinder, : or the Inland Sea"
  • "The pathfinder or The Inland Sea"
  • "The path-finder or the inland sea"
  • "[The pathfinder.]"@en
  • "Der pfadfinder; eine lederstrumpf-erzählung"
  • "The Pathfinder : or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder : or, The inland sea"
  • "Le Lac Ontario, ou Le guide"
  • "L' Ontario"
  • "The Pathfinder [pbk]"@en
  • "The Pathfinder or, The inland sea"@en
  • "El buscador de pistas"
  • "El buscador de pistas"@es
  • "Geshushai"
  • "Le Lac Ontario, de Fenimore Cooper. Traduction par J. A. Hubert"
  • "The Pathfinder or The Inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder : or, The Inland sea"@en
  • "--Geshushai"
  • "The pathfinder or The inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder or The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder : or, the inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder, or the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder: or, the Inland Sea"
  • "Stifinderen : roman"
  • "The Pathfinder ; or, The inland sea"
  • "Der pfadfinder, oder, Der Binnen=see"
  • "The pathfinder; or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder; or, The inland sea"
  • "Haukansilmä"@fi
  • "The Pathfinder, or the Inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder : Or, the inland sea"
  • "Le Lac Ontario : [The Pathfinder. Édition abrégée.] Texte français de Jacques Brécard. Illustrations de Jacques Pecnard"
  • "Pfadfinder"
  • "El buscador de pistas novela completa"@es
  • "The Pathfinder : [a novel]"@en
  • "Pathfinder : or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder : or The Inland sea"
  • "Der Pfadfinder Eine Erzählung"
  • "The Pathfinder, or The Inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder, or, The inland sea. A tale"@en
  • "The pathfinder or, The inland sea"@en
  • "Stifinderen : Roman"@da
  • "The pathfinder or, The inland sea"
  • "Le Lac Ontario [The Pathfinder] : Texte français de Jacques Brécard. Illustrations de Henri Dimpre"
  • "Pathfinder; or, the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder; or the inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder or The inland sea"
  • "Le Lac Ontario"
  • "Le Lac Ontario, roman adapté de l'anglais selon Defauconpret, par Jean Clairsange"
  • "The pathfinder : or, the inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder : or, the inland sea"
  • "THE PATHFINDER : THE INLAND SEA"
  • "The pathfinder; or The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder; or, the inland sea"
  • "Stopař"
  • "The pathfinder, or, The Inland Sea"
  • "El buscador de pistas : novela completa"
  • "Der Pfadfinder oder Der Binnensee"
  • "The pathfinder : or, The iInland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder : or the Inland Sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder : or the Inland Sea"
  • "Nyomkeresö"@hu
  • "Stopár"
  • "The Pathfinder; or, the Inland Sea"
  • "The pathfinder or The Inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder or The Inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder or the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder or the inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder : or, The Inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder : or, The Inland sea"@en
  • "De padvinder"
  • "Der Pfadfinder : Erzählung"
  • "The Pathfinder, or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder, or, The inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder: or, the inland sea"
  • "Geshushi"
  • "The pathfinder; or, The Inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder"
  • "The Pathfinder"@en
  • "Der Pfadfinder"
  • "The pathfinder, or the Inland Sea"
  • "The pathfinder, or the Inland Sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder : level 4"@en
  • "Stifinder : med de gamle kendte Illustrationer"@da
  • "<&gt"@he
  • "Stopař = [The Pathfinder]"
  • "The pathfinder : with illustrations of the author and his environment and reproductions of drawings for early editions of the book"@en
  • "The pathfinder : or the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder : or the inland sea"@en
  • "Le Lac Ontario : ['The Pathfinder']. Texte français de Jacques Brécard. Illustrations de Henri Dimpre"
  • "The pathfinder ; or, the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder ; or, the inland sea"@en
  • "Pfadfinder : Roman"
  • "L ontario"
  • "The pathfinder, or the inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder, or the inland sea"
  • "L'Ontario"
  • "El Buscador de Pistas : Novela"@es
  • "The pathfinder : or, The inland sea. By the author of "The pioneers," [etc]"@en
  • "Der Pfadfinder : eine Lederstrumpf-Erzählung"
  • "The pathfinder ; or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder ; or, The inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder, or The Inland Sea"
  • "Il lago Ontario"@it
  • "The pathfinder : or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder : or, The inland sea"
  • "El lago Ontario"
  • "El lago Ontario"@es
  • "The Pathfinder, or the inland sea : complete in one volume"
  • "Le Lac Ontario, adaptation pour la jeunesse"
  • "Der Pfadfinder oder Der Binnensee : für die Jugend bearbeitet ; mit Illustrationen in Farbendruck"
  • "Der Pfadfinder : oder der Binnen-See"
  • "Pathfinder : or , the inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder = or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder"@en
  • "The pathfinder"
  • "The pathfinder ; or The Inland sea"
  • "Nyomkereső : regény"@hu
  • "Nyomkereső : regény"
  • "The pathfinder or, the inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder : or the inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder or, The Inland Sea"
  • "The Pathfinder or, The Inland Sea"@en
  • "[The Pathfinder; or, the Inland sea. By the author of "The Pioneers" [i.e. J. Fenimore Cooper], etc.]"@en
  • "[The Pathfinder; or, the Inland sea. By the author of "The Pioneers" [i.e. J. Fenimore Cooper], etc.]"
  • "The Pathfinder or the Inland Sea"
  • "The pathfinder; or, The inland sea, a tale"@en
  • "El Lago Ontario"@es
  • "The Pathfinder, or the Inland Sea"
  • "Stigfinnaren"
  • "Stigfinnaren"@sv
  • "The Pathfinder ; or The Inland Sea"@en
  • "The pathfinder, or, The inland sea; Lionel Lincoln, or The leaguer of Boston"@en
  • "Seedopyt"
  • "The Pathfinder of the Inland Sea"
  • "The Pathfinder ... hrsg. v. A. Stange"
  • "Pathfinder; or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder or The Inland Sea"
  • "The pathfinder, or, The inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder, or, The inland sea"@en
  • "Der Pfadfinder Erweiterte Ausgabe"
  • "Nyomkereső"
  • "The Pathfinder, a tale"@en
  • "[The Pathfinder ; or, the Inland sea. By the author of "The Pioneers" [i.e. J. Fenimore Cooper], etc.]"@en
  • "Stifinder"@da
  • "Stifinder"
  • "The Pathfinder or, the inland sea"
  • "Pathfinder; or, The Island sea"@en
  • "Der Pfadfinder, oder, Der Binnen-See"
  • "The Pathfinder; or, The inland sea"@en
  • "The Pathfinder; or, The inland sea"

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