Definition of Cooper, James Fenimore in English:

Cooper, James Fenimore

proper noun

  • (1789–1851), US novelist. He is renowned for his tales of Native Americans and frontier life, in particular the Leatherstocking tales—"The Pioneers" (1823), "The Last of the Mohicans" (1826), and "The Prairie" (1827)

Pronunciation

Cooper, James Fenimore

/ˈko͞opər//ˈkupər/