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The man without a country (1863)
The Man without a Country by Edward Everett Hale (1863)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0939218038, Paperback)First published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1863 and written to inspire patriotism and combat Northern sympathy with the Confederacy during the Civil War, this classic story met with immediate praise and acceptance. It concerns the fate of Philip Nolan, a young army officer who was caught up in the eddies of the Aaron Burr affair of 1807, and the granting of his wish "to never hear the name of the United States again."
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The fictitious story of an American officer who wished that he might never hear of the "United States" again, and had his wish granted.
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