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Viewing Entry - The last of the Mohicans (E13840)
by Cooper, James Fenimore.

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Overview

TitleThe last of the Mohicans : Leatherstocking Tales, Book 2
Author / Responsible partyCooper, James Fenimore.
CollectionFiction
GenreHistorical fiction.
TopicsHistorical fiction. Adventure Stories. Mohegan Indians -- Fiction. Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction. United States -- History -- French and Indian War, 1754-1763 -- Fiction.
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.
Published2019

Summary

In 1757, the English and French are engaged in a savage, bloody war for control of the North American continent. Making tenuous, shifting alliances with various Indian tribes, the two European powers struggle to gain the upper hand on unfamiliar, forested battlegrounds. Caught in the middle is Hawkeye, a white scout who was raised among the Indians. Not fully belonging to either world, he has retreated from society to live in the untamed woods of upstate New York. By his side are Chingachgook and the young Uncas, last of the vanishing race of Mohicans. Together, the three embody a code of moral courage, self-sufficiency, and loyalty, and share a deep trust and friendship. Cora and Alice Munro, the daughters of an English commander, are on their way to join their father. Escorting them through the alien wilderness are Alice's fianč, Major Duncan Heyward, and the treacherous Huron warrior Magua, whose attraction to Cora and hatred for whites make him a vengeful, insidious enemy. When Magua betrays his party to the Iroquois, it is up to Hawkeye and his band to rescue the beautiful sisters and escort them through hostile Indian country. Through a series of heroic fights, escapes and adventures, bonds are deepened, lives are lost, and the danger heightens, building toward an epic showdown.

Additional Information

descriptiondata
System control numberE13840
Original Print Publisher[United States] : H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1826.
Series statementBook 2 of the Leatherstocking Tales
Series statement (Book 1 of Series Title)Book 2 of the Leatherstocking Tales
Narrator NameStefan Rudnicki.
Participant or performer noteStefan Rudnicki.
Narrators GenderMale narrator