Archive for July 2nd, 2006

Listen to the fascinating introduction from Hale’s 1868 story collection, and learn all sorts of things you didn’t know about “The Man without a Country”: why Hale wrote it, the urban legends which gathered around it, and the real life Philip Nolans which came to light.

The Author’s Introduction to “The Man Without a Country”


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Philip Nolan’s tragic story concludes. Again, you probably haven’t read the unabridged version, so you’ll find surprises here!

Part 2


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It’s the unabridged version of “The Man Without a Country” from Edward Everett Hale’s 1868 story collection. If you read this story in school, it’s ten to one you didn’t read it all!

Part 1


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