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Edward Everett Hale (1822–1909) was an American author, historian and Unitarian clergyman. He was a child prodigy who exhibited extraordinary literary skills and at age thirteen was enrolled at Harvard University where he graduated second in his class. Hale would go on to write for a variety of publications and periodicals throughout his lifetime.
One of the few books that were required reading when I was in school and which I have never forgotten. Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Oliphant
Thinking of ordering a copy for every member of the Democrat congressional delegation. Just waiting for confirmation that they can read.Published 13 months ago by Kenneth M. Steele
This should be required reading by every middle and high school student in America.Published 14 months ago by Sharon A.
The Man Without A Country is a story I first read when I was in the 5th grade - it made a lasting impression on me. I was delighted to find it in this book form. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mary B. Wheeler
I ordered a used book " The man Without a Country " mainly because I wanted my grandchildren to read it. It seems they don't read that story in public school any more. Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by Harry
I read this moving story when I was a teenager. I was moved by the story of Philip Nolan and became more appreciative of the importance of having a country to call home.Published on March 10, 2013 by MarciaD
Hale gives us a small but powerfull treatise on patriotism here.A reminder that as Americans we can't abandon our beautiful land. Read morePublished on April 6, 2007 by Richard Dicanio
Ugh! Ideal-mad, patriotic tripe. The protagonist wishes never to see or hear about his country again, and instead of being unloaded in, say, France or even Africa - which would... Read morePublished on April 12, 2006 by Anton Dolinsky