Harvard University Press, 1. 2. 2015 - Počet stran: 598
Wayne Franklin’s introduction to The Pathfinder describes the personal and financial circumstances that led James Fenimore Cooper to the resurrection of his most popular character, underscoring the author’s aim to offer Natty Bumppo as a “Pathfinder” for a nation he feared had lost its moral bearings.
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