James Fenimore Cooper’s The Last of the Mohicans remains a highly regarded historical account of colonization in the Americas and the effects of European migration on the indigenous population. While commonly studied in the classroom, Cooper’s work has also been adapted for the stage, opera, and film, most famously in the 1992 film starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
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Uncas was the last warrior of the Mohican clan. He faced many problems. Eventually, he overcame all problems. Cooper is at his best in this illustrated classic. His style is fine. This novel is a "must-read" for all teenagers and young people. They would relish this piece of fiction.
The original flavor of these classics has been carefully retained in these abridged versions.
Must be read by the youth, housewives, student and executives.
This edition of The Last of the Mohicans includes a Foreword, Biographical Note, and Afterword by Richard S. Wheeler.
Betrayed--trapped in a death-ravaged alien land--beautiful, innocent sisters Cora and Alice Munro, singer David Gamut, and Major Duncan Heyward are running blind through a murderous nightmare where capture, torture, and bloody enemies lurk in every tree, every shadow--
Their only chance lies with three strangers who emerge from the wildlands: Hawkeye, the lethal manhunter who has turned his back on the world; Great Serpent, self-exiled lord of a doomed nation; and Bounding Elk, a young warrior of nearly superhuman grace, speed and strength. And the destinies of refugees and heroes will explode beside a holy lake, when the savage armies of terror must face and fight a living legend--
For one of these seven is the lost godking of the Mohicans....
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