Summary

The Man Without a Country is a short story by American writer Edward Everett Hale, first published in The Atlantic, during the height of the Civil War. It is the story of American Army lieutenant Philip Nolan, who gets entangled with Aaron Burr in 1807 and renounces his country during his trial for treason, saying he never wants to hear about the United States again.
Public Domain (P)2011 Deaver Brown
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1 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 02-12-12

A Classic Ruined

Horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid, horrid... narration... wait for another version. I only paid $1.95 and it was way too much. Part 7 track 8.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 06-08-16

It's Life, and we all have to Play

Simply, Powerful...
Be Ever Thankful, for All, that is the life you are given. This story has made me, a better man. I see how precious, in spite of, my life is, and has always been.

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