Cora Munro And Alice Cooper's The Last Of The Mohicns

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Cora Munro and Alice Munro – Different personalities lead to different lives
In the novel The Last of the Mohicans by James Cooper, Cora Munro and Alice Munro are the two characters that represent the female heroin in the past time. Although they are half – sisters, their lives are different from each other because of different personalities. Dissimilar characteristics resulted in different choices that Cora and Alice made in their lives, which made the sisters’ lives end up in different ways. Yet, Cora and Alice also have some similarities regarding to their background and personalities.
The Last of the Mohicans is a novel about last people in Mohican tribe by James Cooper. The novel’s context is the war time between French and British army with the existence of many African American tribes and American Indian tribes. Major Duncan Heyward, who was in the English army, transported Cora and Alice Munro – daughters of English General Colonel Munro to a safe place at Fort William Henry. On their way, they met three Mohicans who were Chingachgook, Hawkeye – an adopted son of Chingachgook, and Uncas – Chingachgook’s son. They joined together to reach their destination. Cora and Alice Munro
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Cora is a strong and brave woman while Alice is weak and sensitive. Their lives are the example for the opinion that one’s live depend on their choices that they make in their lives.

Works Cited
Cooper, James, et al. The Last of the Mohicans. 20th Century Fox, 1992.
Cooper, James. The Last of the Mohicans. Charleston, SC, 2014. Print.
Harding, J. Gregory. “‘Without Distinction of Sex, Rank, or Color’: Cora Munro as Cooper's Ideal and the Moral Center in The Last of the Mohicans.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country and His Art, July 1999,

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