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There are several themes that run through Coopers The Last of the Mohicans We see that by certain means man has ended his life and that through birth he can create life again But in life he has made his own problems those of life and race and human relations One can see through the following paragraphs the certain hardships man has put on himself to belong to one another The Last of the Mohicans was a great example for discussing these sides of life and death A theme of Coopers The Last of the Mohicans is the constant conflict between man and himself Man from times before has always sought to dominate itself to its injury so that one can live longer But what is presented in this work is the constant fighting between all the Europeans fight against each other The Indians fight the Europeans and vise versa and the Indians attack each other Whether it is revenge or defending ones home or killing for a so-called greater cause It was in this scene of strife and bloodshed that the incidents we shall attempt to relate occurred during the third year of the war which England and France last waged for the possession of a country that neither was destined to retain has been a downfall of man We see that through out the book there are many forms of fighting amongst men but all this fighting ends only one way and that is death We see a lot of death brought on by these wars and skirmishes mentioned in the book Death plays a vital role throughout the book Death is a great creator of revenge and a means for ending it Also other conflicts between men were that of love and a sense to continue life to avoid death We see the need for companionship and a need for man to make himself live on We can see the love
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