Satanstoe

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SATANSTOE

BY
JAMES FENIMORE COOPER

EDITED, WITH INTRODUCTION,
CHRONOLOGY, AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
BY
ROBERT E. SPILLER
SWARTHMORE COLLEGE
AND
JOSEPH D. COPPOCK
HENDRIX COLLEGE

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY
NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGO BOSTON
ATLANTA DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • American Fiction Series *
  • American Fiction Series *
  • Now Published *
  • Satanstoe *
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations vii
  • Introduction ix
  • A Cooper Chronology xxx
  • Selected Bibliography xxxiii
  • Satanstoe; Or, the Littlepage Manuscripts. - Atale of the Colony. *
  • Note on the Text *
  • Preface 3
  • Chapter I 5
  • Chapter II 18
  • Chapter III 32
  • Chapter IV 45
  • Chapter V 59
  • Chapter VI 73
  • Chapter VII 87
  • Chapter VIII 101
  • Chapter IX 115
  • Chapter X 130
  • Chapter XI 144
  • Chapter XII 158
  • Chapter XIII 172
  • Chapter XIV 186
  • Chapter XV 200
  • Chapter XVI 214
  • Chapter XVII 228
  • Chapter XVIII 242
  • Chapter XIX 256
  • Chapter XX 270
  • Chapter XXI 284
  • Chapter XXII 297
  • Chapter XXIII 310
  • Chapter XXIV 324
  • Chapter XXV 339
  • Chapter XXVI 353
  • Chapter XXVII 367
  • Chapter XXVII 381
  • Chapter XXIX 395
  • Chapter XXX 410
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