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The Sea Lions
The Sea Lions (September 2022)
Or, The Lost Sealers
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
Jay Elliott - Historical introduction and text
Lance Schachterle - Historical introduction and text
Robert D. Madison - Explanatory notes

 
 
The Chainbearer
The Chainbearer (September 2020)
Or, The Littlepage Manuscripts
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
Lance Schachterle - Editor
James P. Elliott - Editor
Lance Schachterle - Historical introduction
Wesley T. Mott - Historical introduction
John P. McWilliams - Historical introduction
Lance Schachterle - Explanatory notes

Cooper’s The Chainbearer presents an exciting narrative that interrogates issues of what it means to own land. The novel examines the claims of ownership of wilderness land among Native Americans, New England squatters, and the old New York families with legal deeds.

In 1845 and 1846, James Fenimore Cooper published The Littlepage Manuscripts, a trilogy reflecting on ...(Read More)
 
 
The Spy
The Spy (February 2020)
A Tale of the Neutral Ground
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
James P. Elliott - Historical introduction
James H. Pickering - Annotator
James P. Elliott - Text established by
Lance Schachterle - Text established by
Jeffrey Walker - Text established by

An exciting Revolutionary War tale of double agents and counterespionage in New York State in 1780.

A year after his imitative first novel Precaution (1820) enjoyed only modest success, James Fenimore Cooper penned The Spy: A Tale of the Neutral Ground, a Revolutionary War narrative initiating the American historical romance, a novel and a genre that quickly put to rest the British critic Sydney Smith’s 1820 ...(Read More)
 
 
The Wing-and-Wing, Or Le Feu-Follet
The Wing-and-Wing, Or Le Feu-Follet (February 2019)
A Tale
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
Lance Schachterle - Historical introduction, notes, and text
Anna Scannavini - Historical introduction, notes, and text

A thrilling novel of seafaring adventure, romance, and Napoleonic history, from the author of The Leatherstocking Tales.

In 1842, James Fenimore Cooper returned to transatlantic themes with a thrilling historical novel set in the Mediterranean Sea, weaving together a characteristically exciting narrative of naval pursuit with a story of lovers separated by religious differences. As the novel unfolds, warships under the co...(Read More)
 
 
The Deerslayer or the First Warpath
The Deerslayer or the First Warpath (January 1987)
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
Lance Schachterle - Edited, introduction, and notes

Written during a nostalgic interval during Cooper's stormy battles with the Whig Press, The Deerslayer (1841) is the last of the world-famous Leatherstocking Tales in point of composition, though first in the biographical sequence. Employing physical adventure and violence in a mythopoetic setting drawn largely from his own youthful experience, Cooper evokes the stages of Natty's initiation as a subtly allegorical medium for instilling perma...(Read More)
 
 
The Pioneers or the Sources of the Susquehanna
The Pioneers or the Sources of the Susquehanna (June 1980)
A Descriptive Tale
James Fenimore Cooper - Author
James Franklin Beard - Historical introduction and notes
Lance Schachterle - Text established by
Kenneth M. Andersen Jr. - Text established by

Written in 1821-22 at a crucial point in Cooper's life and based on some of his most cherished youthful memories, The Pioneers today evokes the American pioneering experience with astonishing vibrance of authentic detail and a largeness of philosophic grasp seldom if ever equaled in our fiction.

The circumstances behind the composition and publication of the book are here explained for the first time; and the text, originally set without comp...(Read More)
 
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