What We Might All Learn from James Fenimore Cooper


  by Bob Ferris “The books he wrote later tell how he never forgot the howl of the wolf across the icy field of Otsego on cold winter nights, the peculiar wail of the sharp-toothed panther in the quiet wood roads, nor the familiar springs where the deer lingered latest. In James Fenimore Cooper by … Continue reading What We Might All Learn from James Fenimore Cooper