Re: A Voice From Out Of The Past

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Posted by Jo on September 12, 1999 at 20:00:37:

In Reply to: Re: A Voice From Out Of The Past posted by MMMMarcia on September 12, 1999 at 15:23:49:

: Gayle wrote:
: : Actually (she said with a grin), it was James Fenimore Cooper in "The Oak Openings". I thought it was an interesting quote in light of the difference between Cooper's and Mann's actual treatment of the character of Cora Munro.

: It sounds pretty close to Mann's portrayal of Cora, to me, Gayle. Am I to assume (*blush* haven't read it YET) that Cooper's Cora was NOT so adaptable? I know changes were made in the character of the two Englishwomen from book to film, but I always get it mixed up...did Cora go over the cliff in the book or Alice? I know it was Uncas/Cora in the book, and Hawkeye/NOBODY...but after that, I'm confused. Can you explain a bit more?

: MMMMarcia


This would have been the perfect PERFECT book to read whilst one has a cold and needed bed rest would surely have put one to (get their much needed) sleep.....
ok...I'll leave before Gayle throws the book at me!!!!


(Hey, Gayle, did that thesis writer ever get ahold of you???) (the one at the breakfast the Monday after the Gathering??)

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