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" ... a sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed to be before the fall, though certainly not without sin, and not feel a respect and admiration for him, that had no reference to his positioniin life. "
The Pathfinder, Or, The Inland Sea - Strana 143
autor/autoři: James Fenimore Cooper - 1860 - 515 str.
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Cooper's Novels: The prairie

James Fenimore Cooper - 1860
...was, perhaps, too much disposed to believe that his daughter would marry the man he might "Delect, while he was far from being disposed to do violence...and admiration for him, that had no reference to his positioniin life. It was remarked that no officer passed him without saluting him as if he had been...
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The Pathfinder: Or, The Inland Sea

James Fenimore Cooper - 1871 - 464 str.
...yet prudent, foremost in all warrantable enterprises, or what the opinion of the day considered <ts such, and never engaged in anything to call a blush...sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed to before the fall, though certainly not without sin, and not fee a respect and admiration for him, that...
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Works

James Fenimore Cooper - 1892 - 550 str.
...anything to call a blush to his cheek, or censure on his acts ; it was not possible to live much cilh this being, who, in his peculiar way, was a sort of...what Adam might have been supposed to be before the {all, though certainly not without sin, and not feel a respect and admiration for him, that had no...
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New Essays on The Last of the Mohicans

H. Daniel Peck - 1992 - 166 str.
...It is in The Pathfinder, after all, that one finds the wondrously qualified definition of Natty as "a sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed...to be before the fall, though certainly not without sin."12 In The Last of the Mohicans, however, the relationship between Natty and Chingachgook is still...
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James Fenimore Cooper: Novelist of Manners

Donald G. Darnell - 1993 - 172 str.
...Pathfinder is not blindly subservient to rank. In the same chapter where he formally identifies his hero as "a sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed to be before the fall," Cooper states that "the most surprising peculiarity about the man himself, was the entire indifference...
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James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts

W. M. Verhoeven - 1993 - 228 str.
...paired relationship of the novel, Pathfinder and Jasper are both friends and rivals. If Pathfinder is "a sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed to be before the fall" (134), and Mabel is an Eve, Jasper is a younger Adam, modeled after Pathfinder. (At one point, Cooper...
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Parables of Possibility: The American Need for Beginnings

Terence Martin - 1995 - 592 str.
...society in his (and Cooper's) mind. At an earlier point in the same novel Cooper defines Natty Bumppo as "a sort of type of what Adam might have been supposed...before the fall, though certainly not without sin" (Path, 134). Clumsy, halting, and anomalous, the definition nonetheless presents us with a figure whom...
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