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The Last of the Mohicans

James Fenimore Cooper


Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. In what year does The Last of the Mohicans take place?

2. Who is the leader of the French forces?

3. Who is the commander of Fort William Henry?

4. Who claims to know of a secret path from Fort Edward to Fort William Henry?

5. What does “Le Renard Subtil” mean in English?

6. Who disguises himself as a bear?

7. Though he is dressed as a clown, what does Heyward pretend to be for the benefit of the Hurons?

8. Cora’s hair is compared to the color of which bird?

9. Who disguises himself as a beaver?

10. Where did Munro meet Cora’s mother?

11. Roughly how old is Tamenund, the patriarch of the Delawares?

12. Which feature of the landscape does Uncas use to discover Magua’s footprints?

13. What is Hawkeye’s real name?

14. Which weapon does not appear in The Last of the Mohicans?

15. Of the following characters, who is the lone survivor at the end of the story?

16. Which of the following characters is youngest?

17. After capturing Alice, Magua sends her to which Indian camp?

18. Which character is nicknamed Le Cerf Agile?

19. How many times does Hawkeye nearly kill Gamut when he is dressed as an Indian?

20. In order to determine the identity of La Longue Carabine, the Delawares stage which contest?

21. In addition to English, which language does Heyward speak?

22. Which French nickname does not appear in The Last of the Mohicans?

23. Which animal does not appear in The Last of the Mohicans?

24. Which profession does not appear in The Last of the Mohicans?

25. Of the following characters, who survives the longest?

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The role of religion according to James Fenimore Cooper

by SeekJesus, April 20, 2014

I am sad to see that here it is indirectly and wrongly suggested that Cooper diminishes the role of religion, or that he regards it as a "useless" in the wilderness. You're not being fair to Cooper since he is not using the character of David Garmout to criticize the role of religion in general. To assume such interpretation would be to neglect Cooper’s own position towards religion.
It's worth stating that James Fenimore Cooper was actually a religious man, and not only the great support he gave to his Episcopal Church is a testimon


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Wrong sister

by disinterestedspectator, January 15, 2017

It is Cora, not Alice, that looks at the Indian with "mixed admiration and repulsion" at the end of the first chapter.

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