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The Last of the Mohicans
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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arguably the most famous of James Fenimore Cooper's novels — set in 1757 during the French and Indian War and made into successful 1936 and 1992 films (1826)
  • ...Wheatley, Thomas Conneff, Peg Woffington, the Village Blacksmith, Captain Moonlight, Captain Boycott, Dante Alighieri, Christopher Columbus, S. Fursa, S. Brendan, Marshal MacMahon, Charlemagne, Theobald Wolfe Tone, the Mother of the Maccabees, the Last of the Mohicans, the Rose of Castile, the Man for Galway, The Man that Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo, The Man in the Gap, The Woman Who Didn't, Benjamin Franklin, Napoleon Bonaparte, John L. Sullivan, Cleopatra, Savourneen Deelish,...
    Episode 12 — Cyclops (10% in)

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