6 edition of Susan Fenimore Cooper found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Rochelle Johnson and Daniel Patterson.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Rochelle., Patterson, Daniel, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||QH13.45 .S87 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||2001027078|
Also the only printed reference to Susan Fenimore Cooper's unlocated "ghost" novel, The Shield. The complete text has been annotated to identify the many names mentioned and to explain allusions, by Hugh C. MacDougall, James Fenimore Cooper Society (). James Fenimore Cooper , Legends and Traditions of a Northern County (). Read Susan Fenimore Cooper ’s biography, works and quotes online for free. offers the most comprehensive collection of books and writings by Susan Fenimore Cooper.
James Fenimore Cooper Biography In , his father, William Cooper, moved the family to Cooperstown, New York, where James spent his youth and received his early education. Cooper's father was the most prominent citizen of the town; the site was founded by him and the name of Cooperstown was adopted in his honor. Susan Augusta Fenimore Cooper (Ap - Decem ) was an American writer and amateur naturalist. She founded an orphanage in Cooperstown, New York and made it a successful charity. The daughter of writer James Fenimore Cooper, she Author: Susan Fenimore Cooper.
A brief handlist of James Fenimore Cooper's published works, divided into Fiction, Non-fiction, and Letters and Journals. Books about Cooper. A brief annotated survey of books about Cooper and Cooperstown. Return to Top of Page. Go to: Introduction. Biographic. Writings. Texts. Articles. Bibliography. Film, etc. Gallery. Links. Susan Fenimore. Susan Fenimore Cooper, daughter of the great American novelist James Fenimore Cooper, wrote this book in It is a treasury of information about a way of life of which only remnants remain, is for the nature lover, the folklorist, and history buff. Written by: Susan Fenimore Cooper. Introduction by: David Jones Softcover, pages. Pub.
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Susan Fenimore Cooper has 37 books on Goodreads with ratings. Susan Fenimore Cooper’s most popular book is The Last of the Mohicans (The Leatherstock. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. In the first book published that treats all of Susan Fenimore Cooper's known writings, preceded by a concise biographical chapter that includes material from Cooper's personal letters, Dr.
Rosaly T. Kurth views her literary canon with a wide-ranging lens. In her compelling study, Dr. Kurth uniquely incorporates Cooper's philosophy of Author: Rosaly Torna Kurth. Susan Fenimore Cooper, long overshadowed by her novelist father, is today becoming recognized as an important writer of the 19th century; this new text will make her most important and influential work fully available again both to scholars and to a new generation /5(11).
In Rural Hours, Susan Fenimore Cooper (), daughter of the famed novelist James Fenimore Cooper, records a year in the life of the fields and woods surrounding her home in Cooperstown, New writes with a keen eye for detail, noting, for example, the disappearance of local species as their habitat is given over to farmland ("all kinds of black-birds are rare here; they are said /5(8).
Works of Susan Fenimore Cooper book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 4 works of Susan Fenimore CooperAmerican writer and amateur. Return to Home Page. This page is devoted to the life and writings of Susan Fenimore Cooper (), eldest daughter of James Fenimore Cooper and a distinguished writer and naturalist.
She is best known for her nature diary of Cooperstown, Rural Hours, first published in and frequently she also wrote a novel, Elinor Wyllys; or, The Young Folk of Longbridge (), Susan Fenimore Cooper book. Susan Cooper’s book sprang from journals of her observations on weather, fauna and flora, and the general rural life around her hometown of Cooperstown, New York, founded by her grandfather William Cooper in There isn’t an entry for each day in her journals of andwhich were the basis for the book, but some entries go on.
Rural Hours () is one of the earliest pieces of American nature writing and the first by a woman. This new edition, the only printing of the full original text sincerestores passages excised by the author for an daughter of the novelist James Fenimore Cooper, Susan Fenimore Cooper (), uses narratives and descriptions of her walks and ex/5.
Susan Fenimore Cooper did write many essays in popular publications such as The Atlantic Monthly, The Freeman’s Journal, Graham’s Magazine, Harper’s New Monthly and Putnam’s Magazine. She also established herself as a successful editor of five additional books, future anthologies of her father’s works, and several monthly magazines.
Susan Fenimore Cooper book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Collected here are detailed and diverse essays, some that examine Ru.
Susan Fenimore Cooper was an American writer, best known for her nature diary Rural Hours. She was the daughter of James Fenimore Cooper.
Books by Susan Fenimore Cooper.2/5(1). RURAL HOURS. SUSAN FENIMORE COOPER. And we will all the pleasures prove That valleys, groves, or hills, or field, Or woods, and steepy mountains yield. MARLOW. NEW AND REVISED EDITION. BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN, AND COMPANY The Riverside Press, Cambridge Susan Fenimore Cooper was born in in Scarsdale, New York, the daughter of the novelist James Fenimore Cooper and his wife Susan Augusta DeLancey.
She was his second child, and the eldest to survive her youth. Cooper also studied under her father, traveling with him on many journeys and assisted in documenting and organizing his : Fiction and natural history.
FEMALE SUFFRAGE by Susan Fenimore Cooper (This e-text has been prepared from the original two-part magazine article, "Female Suffrage: A Letter to the Christian Women of America," by Susan Fenimore Cooper, which appeared in Harper's New Weekly Magazine, Vol.
XLI (June-November, ), pp. Susan Fenimore Cooper () was one of the first Americans to warn about the dangers of overusing natural resources. She was born in New York in and received a very good education; she learned four languages, studied American and English literature, history, zoology and botany.
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Plots and Characters in Cooper's fiction, with plot summaries for each novel and story, and an. Susan Fenimore Cooper, daughter of the great American novelist, wrote this book infour years before Walden was published. She described it as her "simple record of those little events which make up the course of the seasons in rural life".
As with the work of Thoreau and others in this contemplative genre, including that of Joseph Wood 2/5(1). Susan Fenimore Cooper (Author) SUSAN FENIMORE COOPER () was a pioneering American nature writer, as well as an accomplished illustrator of nature. In addition to having her own literary pursuits, she was instrumental to the career of James Fenimore Cooper/5(64).
Susan Fenimore Cooper his daughter also made a name for herself as a writer. Cooper got into writing as a fluke when in his wife dared him to write a better book than the one she was reading. He went on to write “Precaution,” a Jane Austen influenced novel on .The third book came out the next year and is titled Greenwitch.
The fourth book came out the next year and the fifth book finished the series in Two of the books in the series were also put up for a Carnegie Medal, a British literary distinction. Over Sea, Under Stone is the first novel in the fantasy series by talented author Susan Cooper.
In the first book published that treats all of Susan Fenimore Cooper’s known writings, preceded by a concise biographical chapter that includes material from Cooper’s personal letters, Dr.
Rosaly T. Kurth views her literary canon with a wide-ranging :