James Fenimore Cooper

(1789-1851)

General Studies


AXELRAD, Allan M. "Cooper's Literary Landscape Art and American Landscape Painting: from Mountain Gothic to Forest Gothic and Luminism." Literature in the Early American Republic 1 (2009): 133-68.
AXELRAD, Allen M. “From Mountain Gothic To Forest Gothic And Luminism: Changing Representations Of The Landscape In The Leatherstocking Tales And In American Painting.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country And His Art, Papers From The 2005 Cooper Seminar. Ed. Steven Harthorn, and Hugh C. MacDougall. Oneonta, New York: The State University of New York College at Oneont, 2006. 7-20.
BROWN, Harry. "'The Horrid Alternative': Miscegenation and Madness in the Frontier Romance." Journal of American & Comparative Cultures 24.3-4 (2008): 137-151.
CALLAHAN, David. “Who Hides In The Work Of James Fenimore Cooper?” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country And His Art, Papers From The 2001 Cooper Seminar. Ed. Hugh C. MacDougall. Oneonta, NY: The State University of New York College at Oneont, 2001. 21-25.
CARSO, Kerry D. “The Old Dwelling Transmogrified: James Feinmore Cooper’s Ostego Hall.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country And His Art, Papers From The 2001 Cooper Seminar. Ed. Hugh C. MacDougall. Oneonta, NY: The State University of New York College at Oneont, 2001. 25-35.
CLARK, Michael. “Caves, Houses, And Temples In James Fenimore Cooper’s The Pioneers.” Modern Language Studies 16 (1986): 227-236.
RINGE, Donald A. “Cooper’s Lionel Lincoln: The Problem Of Genre.” American Transcendental Quarterly 24 (Fall 1974): 24-30.
RINGE, Donald A. American Gothic: Imagination and Reason in Nineteenth Century Fiction. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1992.
RINGE, Donald A. “The Bravo: Social Criticism In The Gothic Mode.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country And His Art, Papers From The 1991 Conference. Ed. George A. Test. Oneonta, NY: The State University of New York College at Oneont and Cooperstown, 1993. 124-34.
RINGE, Donald A. “The Last Of The Mohicans As A Gothic Novel.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country and His Art, Papers from the 1986 Conference.Ed. George A. Test. Oneonta, NY: The State University of New York College at Oneont and Cooperstown, 1987. 41-53.
SIVILS, Matthew Wynn. "'the Herbage of Death': Haunted Environments in John Neal and James Fenimore Cooper." Eds. Edward Watts and David J. Carlson.Bucknell UP, 2012. 39-56.