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MonkeyNotes-The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
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STYLE

James Fenimore Cooper's style of writing is very picturesque. His language is vivid and straightforward without any overuse of similes or metaphors. His colorful descriptions add to the varied hues in The Last of the Mohicans. Cooper also has a very keen eye for detail.

In the beginning of the book, Cooper starts out describing the characters in the third person and at a distance. He even delays in giving their names. As the book progresses, the author starts addressing his characters more familiarly.


Cooper's style of writing is direct, almost as if he is addressing or talking to the readers personally. Though Cooper's language is very simple and direct without any obvious symbolism, his sentences are generally long. They are usually very descriptive, filled with adjectives and adverbs, creating definite visual imagery throughout the novel.

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