How To Use James fenimore cooper In A Sentence

  • I've convinced myself that my motives are pure — that I have a kindlier version of the Mark Twain-James Fenimore Cooper relationship with my writers, constantly saving them from using words inaccurately. Our 'Pragmatic,' 'Ebullient' Year of 'Austerity'
  • If James Fenimore Cooper were here today, he would surely have to change his tune.
  • He and I joined Lee, Mwai, and the teenaged John, entering a long trail canopied by trees so dense that that it felt like we'd jogged into a James Fenimore Cooper novel.
  • In his classic novel, "The Pioneers", James Fenimore Cooper has his hero, a land developer, take his cousin on a tour of the city he is building.
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