[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Lawrence, Studies in Classic Ameri- can Literature (New York, 1953), pp. 66-67
Lawrence
66
Studies in Classic American Literature
1953
Smith, Virgin Land (New York, 1957), pp. 256-260
Smith
256
Virgin Land
1957
Jones, "Prose and Pictures: James Fenimore Cooper," Tulane Studies in English, III (1952), 145-147
Jones
145
III
Tulane Studies in English
1952
Chase, The American Novel and Its Tradition (New York, 1957), pp. 56-65
Chase
56
The American Novel and Its Tradition
1957
2
Thomas R. Lounsbury, James Fenimore Cooper (Boston, 1883), p. 72
Lounsbury
72
James Fenimore Cooper
1883
3
William Cullen Bryant, Poetical Works (Roslyn edition, New York, 1903), p. 131
Bryant
131
Poetical Works
1903
4
The Complete Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N. Y., 1954), I, 393
393
I
The Complete Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman
1954
5
Washington Irving, Works (New York, 1860-1861), IX, 42, 100
Irving
42
IX
Works
1860
6
Cooper, The Prairie (New York, 1859), p. 224
Cooper
224
The Prairie
1859
7
Lounsbury, p. 72
"The Authenticity of Cooper's The Prairie," Modern Language Quarterly, II (1941), 99-104
99
II
Modern Language Quarterly
1941
8
Thomas Cole, View of the White Mountains (1827)
Esther I. Seaver. Thomas Cole: One Hundred Years Later (Hartford. Conn., 1948), Plate V
Seaver
Thomas Cole: One Hundred Years Later
1948
9
Bryant, p. 60
A. B. Longstreet, Georgia Scenes (New York, 1957), pp. 64-65
Longstreet
64
Georgia Scenes
1957
10
Inez and Middleton "a great blemish."
Arvid Shulenberger, Cooper's Theory of Fiction (Lawrence, Kansas, 1955), p. 91
Shulenberger
91
Cooper's Theory of Fiction
1955
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