The man without a country is a short story by american writer edward everett hale first published in the atlantic in december 1863 it is the story of american army lieutenant philip nolan . This is a classic version of a classic american story in which a merciful sentence proves to be more diabolical and draconian than poor nolan could have ever imagined before there was kafka or orwell there was the man without a country. A man without a country philip nolan was as fine a young officer as there was in the legion of the west as the western division of our army was then called. The man without a country is the story of american army lieutenant philip nolan who renounces his country during a trial for treason and is consequently sentenced to spend the rest of his days at sea without so much as a word of news about the united states. The man without a country is a short story by american writer edward everett hale first published during the height of the civil war during 1863 by the leading american literary magazine of the nineteenth century the atlantic
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