Darnell, Donald

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Sensibility in the novels of James Fenimore Cooper 1977 78 In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the term "sensibility" denoted "quickness and acuteness of apprehension or feeling; sensitiveness" and the "capacity for refined emotion; delicate sensitiveness of taste; and readiness to feel compassion fo...
James Fenimore Cooper and the genteel hero of romance 1975 57 In virtually every one of his many novels, James Fenimore Cooper used one of literature's most familiar figures--the genteel hero, whose characterization and function had become literary cliches even by Cooper's time. Over the course of the novels, h...