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Cooper, the inventor of the "sea novel", tells one of his classic stories here: a story of romance, adventure, political intrigue, revelations of mistaken identity, and much more. All of Melville, all of Hawthorne, all of Henry James, Emerson and Thoreau and Mark Twain--these and the writings of other notable American novelists, historians, poets, philosophers, and essayists are, for the first time in our history, being published in a series of handsome and durable volumes. Each compact, elegant book includes several unabridged works and contains 800 to 1600 pages. Major support for the series has been provided by the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humaities, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Thanks to their generosity, America, like other nations, can offer readers the collected works of its major authors in auoritative editions. Only after thorough research is a text selected for this series. Each volume contains a chronology of the author's lfe and career and an essay on the choice of texts. A distinguished scholar has prepared some notes for the general reader.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 902 Vendor: Library of America Publication Date: 1991 Dimensions: 8.14 X 5.21 X 1.26 (inches)
ISBN: 0940450704 ISBN-13: 9780940450707 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours. Series:Library of America