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This study aims to investigate the invention of the American sea novel by James Fenimore Cooper in the early nineteenth century and how this relates to the socio/political tensions within transatlatic relationships. The thesis focuses upon Fenimore Cooper's first three sea romances, The Pilot (1826), The Red Rover (1827) and the Water Witch (1830). By discussing how far these novels resonate with the conventions of the historical romance and how far they attempt to establish a sense of nautical realism, this thesis illuminates Cooper as an author less aligned from his usualy portrayal as a literary republican and more of a moderate federalist.

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