The Man Without a Country
by HALE, Edward Everett
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The Man Without A Country, written by Edward Everett Hale in 1863 and originally published in Ticknor and Fields’ magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, follows American Army lieutenant Philip Nolan. He renounced America during a treason trial and was subsequently sentenced to traverse the seas for the remainder of his life with no news of his country. The Man Without A Country was first published in the December 1863 issue of Ticknor and Fields' magazine: The Atlantic Monthly, Devoted to Literature, Art and Politics, number 74 of Volume XII (pg 665-796 with the following two pages having an index for Volume XII). Only in the index is Hale attributed for the short story.
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