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    Last of the Mohicans

    I enjoyed reading this book and comparing the story/plot to that of the film. The writing is a little dated and very wordy, if you can get past this it is a good and interesting read.
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    A classic, but wordy

    Fenimore Cooper knew his subject. He lived in interesting times, when the French were in charge of Canada and still a threat to the American Colonies. It's a good story. However, I found the flowery language a challenge, though ultimately a rewarding one.
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    Classic read

    Read this and try and imagine what the American wilderness must have been like before it became shopping malls and office blocks. Great read.
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    The Last of the Mohicans

    Whethr Indian, French or English, The Last of the Mohicans interweves the nobilities and treasons of each society. Brilliantly adapted to the times of pre-national struggle, the tale is set in a time when the continent is starting to be colonized, great nations displaced and treaties agreed to that test honour and tradition of both European and Indian value. The character of Hawkeye is caught between both worlds. Love, war, betrayal, vengeance, honour and politics are all touched upon in the most plain but elegant of ways. Truly a novel that everyone should read and is better for, having done so.
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    Such a horrible ending

    I was never expecting such a horrible ending. Maybe I am naive, but I was expecting a happy ending with marriage and "they lived happily ever after". That's unfair. Anyway, this is a great book from which I have learned many many many good things.
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