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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Roger Sabin,Martin Barker
  • ISBN:
    0878058583
  • ISBN13:
    978-0878058587
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  • Publisher:
    University Press of Mississippi (April 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    248 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. But they have become familiar icons identified with the colonizing of the northeastern frontier and with the creation of "America". This ground-breaking and entertaining study focuses on the making and the remaking of media versions of Cooper's popular book. It shows that each new rendering extends to its audience a dynamic image of the American myth.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Lasting of the Mohicans . But for some readers the Mohicans story will have different associations.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Lasting of the Mohicans: History of a. .The Lasting of the Mohicans: History of an American Myth. By Martin Barker, Roger Sabin. For some, it will conjure memories of a TV series, perhaps; or an earlier film version; or maybe one of those comic books that your parents managed not to disapprove of. In fact, Mohicans seems to have passed into the wider realms of culture, as this newspaper cutting nicely captured.

Martin Barker, Roger Sabin. How media versions of Cooper's classic frontier novel have perpetuated the myth of "America. org to approved e-mail addresses. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. There are few people for whom the phrase "last of the Mohicans" does not conjure up memories and associations - childhood games, films, TV programs. Yet most who profess acquaintance with Cooper's title actually have never read his book. Why does this book that everyone knows but that few have read continue to be perennially attractive for the media? In answer to this question, this study throws a new light on the idea of frontier and on the meaning of the American Dream.

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Martin Barker, Roger Sabin. 0878058583, 0878058591. This item appears on. List: AM411: Histories of Gender in the Americas: Ladies, Wenches, Hombres and Machos (Bibliography). Section: Literature and Literary Criticism.

The Lasting of the Mohicans: History of an American Myth, University Press of Mississippi 1996. Co-authored with Roger Sabin. Ill Effects: the Media-Violence Debate, Routledge 1997. Knowing Audiences: Judge Dredd, its Friends, Fans and Foes, University of Luton Press 1998. Co-authored with Kate Brooks. From Antz To Titanic: Reinventing Film Analysis (with a contribution by Thomas Austin), London: Pluto Press 2000

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