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He suffered a serious illness thought to have been brought on by sunstroke  and, at one point, he dictated the outline of the fight between Magua and Chingachgook 12th chapter , to his wife, who thought that he was delirious. In the novel, Hawkeye refers to Lake George as the Horican. Sacrement , was "too complicated".
Horican he found on an old map of the area; it was a French transliteration of a native group who had once lived in the area.
Cooper grew up in Cooperstown, New York , the frontier town founded by his father. His daughter said that as a young man he had few opportunities to meet and talk with Native Americans: "occasionally some small party of the Oneidas , or other representatives of the Five Nations , had crossed his path in the valley of the Susquehanna River , or on the shores of Lake Ontario , where he served when a midshipman in the navy.
By using the name Uncas for one of his characters, he seemed to confuse the two regional tribes: the Mohegan of Connecticut, of which Uncas had been a well-known sachem , and the Mahican of upstate New York. The popularity of Cooper's book helped spread the confusion. In the period when Cooper was writing, deputations from the Western tribes frequently traveled through the region along the Mohawk River, on their way to New York or Washington, D.
He made a point of visiting these parties as they passed through Albany and New York.
On several occasions, he followed them all the way to Washington to observe them for longer. He also talked to the military officers and interpreters who accompanied them. According to Susan Cooper, its success was "greater than that of any previous book from the same pen" and "in Europe the book produced quite a startling effect. Over time the book grew to be regarded by some as the first Great American Novel. Cooper's novels were popular in their day, but contemporary and subsequent 19th century reviewers were often critical, or dismissive.
For example, the reviewer of the London Magazine May described the novel as "clearly by much the worst of Mr Cooper's performances. Twain complained that Cooper lacked a variety of style and was overly wordy. In the early 's Twain scholar Bernard DeVoto found that there was more to the essay, and pieced together a second one from the extra writing, titled "Fenimore Cooper's Further Literary Offenses," in which Twain re-writes a small section of The Last of the Mohicans , claiming that Cooper, "the generous spendthrift", used "extra and unnecessary words" in the original version.
Re-reading the book in his later years, Cooper noted some inconsistencies of plot and characterization, particularly the character of Munro.
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But, he wrote that in general, "the book must needs have some interest for the reader, since it could amuse even the writer, who had in a great measure forgotten the details of his own work. It has influenced popular opinion about American Indians and the frontier period of eastern American history. The romanticized images of the strong, fearless, and ever resourceful frontiersman i.
A number of films have been based on the lengthy book, making various cuts, compressions, and changes. The American adaptations include:. The film has been deemed "culturally significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. According to the director Michael Mann , his version was based more on the film version. Mann believes Cooper's novel is "not a very good book", taking issue with Cooper's sympathy for the Euro-Americans and their seizure of the American Indians' domain. Classic Comics 4, The Last of the Mohicans , first published Marvel Comics has published two versions of the story: in a one-issue version as part of their Marvel Classics Comics series issue In , they published a six-issue mini-series to start off the new Marvel Illustrated series.
Famed manga artist Shigeru Sugiura wrote and illustrated a very loose manga adaptation of the story in remade in This adaptation is heavily influenced by American movies and western comics and is filled with absurd humor and anachronistic jokes. An English translation of Sugiura's version including a lengthy essay on Sugiura's artistic influences was published in the United States in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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For other uses, see The Last of the Mohicans disambiguation. Illustration from edition, by F. The drawing depicts Hawk-eye disguised as a bear fighting Magua in the cave where Alice is held captive.
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This section may be unbalanced towards certain viewpoints. Please improve the article by adding information on neglected viewpoints, or discuss the issue on the talk page. January In: Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature. In: Fiona J. In: Martin J. Manning ed. Wyatt ed. Volume I. Journal of Genocide Research. Duncan wrestles with a third but has to be rescued by Uncas.
There is a sniper in a tree. After a bit Hawkeye manages to kill him with his rifle.
Uncas goes to the canoe to get more gunpowder, but it has been stolen. Cora urges the foresters to depart and get help from her father. Somewhat reluctantly, they heed her good advice. The travelers hide in the deepest recesses of the cave. Eventually they are pulled out by the Huron party, led by Magua. They are marched out of the cave as prisoners.
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Magua desires the blood of Hawkeye. Upon finding that he has escaped, he is quite angry. The tribe stops to rest. Magua asks to speak to Cora. He says he will free the other travelers if she will become his wife. Cora is repulsed and refuses. Duncan and Alice agree with her decision. Magua decides that they should all die. Duncan jumps upon a warrior and is almost killed, but a shot rings out and kills the Indian.
The foresters descend to help them. Chingachgook battles with Magua as the other two kill his comrades.
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Magua pretends to be dead and then manages to roll over a precipice onto a hill. He runs away. The foresters lead the group away, stopping briefly for dinner.
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