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The Red Rover
A Tale
The Red Rover
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James Fenimore Cooper - Author
Thomas Philbrick - Edited, historical notes, and introduction
Marianne Philbrick - Edited, historical notes, and introduction
The Writings of James Fenimore Cooper
Price: $40.50 
Hardcover - 676 pages
Release Date: January 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0188-X
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0188-0

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Paperback - 676 pages
Release Date: January 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0189-8
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0189-7

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Summary

Turning to his own extensive maritime experience, Cooper's novel, written in Paris in 1827, reflects his immersion in the romantic movement that was sweeping the Continent. European readers enjoyed his poetic and imaginative portrayal of the sea, while American readers were interested in how he depicted the early stirrings of nationalism in the New World decades prior to the Revolution.

Cooper's striking association of the sublime power of nature with the rebellious spirit of his pirate-hero established and defined the sea novel as a literary genre. By far the most influential of his maritime tales, The Red Rover was read and admired by Goethe and Berlioz, Melville and Conrad.

This edition, the first to be based on Cooper's original manuscript, offers the modern reader a major document of romanticism and a compelling narrative of adventure at sea.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Illustrations

Historical Introduction

Dedication

Preface [1827]

Preface [1834]

Preface [1850]

The Red Rover

Explanatory Notes

Textual Commentary

Note on the Manuscripts

Textual Notes

Emendations

Rejected Readings

Word-Division



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