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The Man Without a Country (short story)

  • Type: Short Story

The Man Without a Country is a 1863 short story by author Edward Everett Hale. - AsNotedIn

I SUPPOSE that very few casual readers of the "New York Herald" of August 13, 1863, observed, in an obscure corner, among the "Deaths," the announcement, -

"NOLAN. Died, on board US Corvette LEVANT, Lat 2 degrees 11" S, Long 131 degrees W, on the 11th of May, PHILIP NOLAN." Edward Everett Hale, The Man Without a Country

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  • New York Herald, I was devouring to the very stubble all the current literature I could get hold of, even down to the deaths and marriages in the Herald.

  • Mackinac Island, Michigan My memory for names and people is good, and the reader will see, as he goes on, that I had reason enough to remember Philip Nolan.
  • Mission House, Mackinac Island I was stranded at the old Mission House in Mackinaw, waiting for a Lake Superior steamer which did not choose to come,


Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1863/12/00 Edward Everett Hale Author "The Man Without a Country" is published in The Atlantic.
1863/12/00 The Atlantic Monthly Publisher "The Man Without a Country" is published in The Atlantic.

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Particulars for The Man Without a Country (short story):
Narrative Arts Fiction prose literature, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people
Narrative Arts Narrative an account of connected events
Narrative Arts Prose ordinary written language
Art Type Short Story short form narrative fiction

Original Language: English

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