This is a collection of 11 short stories that were published in 1891. The book features the classic short story The Man Without a Country which tells the story of Philip Nolan, an Army lieutenant who renounced the United States during a trial for treason and is sentenced to spend the rest of his life at sea. The story was first published in 1863 and was written as a way to promote the Union cause.
|Publisher:||Charles River Editors|
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Table of Contents
The man without a country The last of the Florida A piece of possible history The south american editor The old and the new, face to face The dot and line alphabet The last voyage of the Resolute My double, and how he undid me The children of the public The skeleton in the closet Christmas waits in Boston.