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[325] had firmly established itself in the United States by the middle of the century, and Cooper, followed in Great Britain by the nautical romancers, and on the Continent by such writers about wild life as Karl Anton Postl ( “Charles Sealsfield” ), Friedrich Gerstacker, and Gustave Aimard, and everywhere read, had become a world figure.

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