Last of the Mohicans (Saddleback Classics) by James Fenimore Cooper

By James Fenimore Cooper

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On the other side of the woods, facing Lake Erie, stood Fort William Henry. In the woods near the front of the fort, the white tents of General Montcalm’s French soldiers were lined up in rows. ” Duncan cried in amazement. ” Cora called out, pointing toward the fort. “Riflemen are shooting at the side of my father’s house! I cannot bear to be away from him when he is in such danger. ” “There may be a way to get through the enemy lines,” said Hawkeye. “I have an idea. This is lake country. The fog will be rolling in soon.

The chief asked coldly. “When an Indian chief visits his white brothers, he wears white man’s clothes,” said Duncan. Then, trying to seem sincere, he made a point of looking straight into the chief’s eyes. ” Smiles from the Hurons showed that Duncan’s answer pleased them. Even the chief seemed pleased. Duncan began to breathe more freely. His hopes of success grew brighter. Suddenly, a high, shrill yell was heard. The Hurons ran out of the lodge to see what was happening. The air was filled with loud shouts.

Chingachgook got to his feet, a smile on his face. But just then, Magua jumped up and dashed off into the woods. ” Hawkeye cried. “The coward! Let him go. ” Uncas ran over to the girls. He took the ropes off Alice and placed her in Cora’s arms. Hawkeye cut the ropes off David. ” he said to the trembling singing teacher. “Forget about the singing for now. Buy a rifle instead—and practice until you can use it well. ” David held out his thin hand to Hawkeye. ” Duncan walked up to the two men. “He speaks for me as well,” he said to Hawkeye.

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