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The Pathfinder : [a novel]

A retelling of The Pathfinder in comic book format.

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  • "PATHFINDER"
  • "Inland sea"
  • "Inland sea"@en

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  • "A retelling of The Pathfinder in comic book format."@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
  • "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."
  • "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
  • "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 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
  • ""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" --"
  • "A tale of early American adventure, romance and treachery."
  • "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."

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  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Adaptations"
  • "War stories"@en
  • "War stories"
  • "History"@en
  • "History"
  • "Love stories"
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Novels"
  • "Drama"
  • "Readers"@en
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Adventure fiction"

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  • "[The pathfinder.]"
  • "The Pathfinder : [a novel]"@en
  • "The Pathfinder [pbk]"@en
  • "The pathfinder : with an introduction"@en
  • "The pathfinder : or, The inland sea"
  • "Pathfinder"@en
  • "Pathfinder"
  • "The Pathfinder"@en
  • "The Pathfinder"
  • "The pathfinder, with illustrations of the author and his environment and reproductions of drawings for early editions of the book"
  • "The pathfinder"
  • "The pathfinder"@en
  • "The pathfinder : novel"
  • "The pathfinder or the inland sea"
  • "The Pathfinder, a tale"
  • "The pathfinder = or, the inland sea"
  • "The pathfinder or, The inland sea"

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