Clifton fadiman wrote in his 1949 introduction to the book masterpieces of. This powerful and pathetic narrative was produced while the country was in the throes of the civil war, and it embodied as no other literary production did the sentiment of loyalty to the union. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The man without a country by edward everett hale is a classic tale worth reading, or in my case reading again. These failures call us to work to improve what we have, not to abandon it.
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