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By Roy Thomas, Steve Kurth

The English are slaughtered at fortress William Henry and Alice is abducted by means of the Indian, Magua. Hawkeye and the Mohicans succeed in the ruined fortress too past due, and as they set out in pursuit of Alice, their canoes are tailed...by these of the ruthless Hurons! Plus, examine extra of Hawkeye's previous in ''Deerslayer!''

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The ‘lecture’ in question, delivered by Jim, is probably the most celebrated set piece of the novel. Those who have read the book and seen the film adaptation always seem drawn to it. It unites people in disrespectful laughter, but, after the novel was published, Amis never again offered his friend any thanks for his help with it. Between October and December 1959, Larkin set aside all of his other projects and began to write another version of ‘Letter to a Friend About Girls’, laying down his pen on 15 December.

It was his private act of catharsis, an attempt to expurgate the previous ten years by revisiting them. Often he seems to be responding to letters Amis wrote to him long before: I see your sort all over the place, Pushing the glass doors open with their breasts (Forty-one, twenty-two, thirty-nine). Though you probably can’t see mine: Only cameras memorise her face Her clothes would never hang among your interests. It is likely that when writing this, he had in mind letters such as the one Amis wrote in 1957 when he, Larkin, was considering an affair with a woman in London.

Amis, on the other hand, invites comparison with several of the American novelists, notably Mailer. Both were self-absorbed to the extent that they used their writing to avoid being accountable for their reckless, and often hurtful, behaviour in the real world; their novels combined egotistical rewritings of the truth with a tangible satisfaction in its evasion. But the parallels are countered by the contrasts. The Americans attempted to superimpose themselves on a society that seemed boundless and irresistible, to match its dynamism with the power of their artistry and egos, generating feuds, which were both grotesque and farcical, in a rush for prominence.

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