1902. With views of the author's statue of Nathan Hale; Portraits
of Hale's contemporaries and of kindred characters; also three
drawings by W. R. Leigh. Partridge, American sculptor and lecturer
and writer chiefly on art subjects. Partridge writes that this book
is not a conventional biography of a Revolutionary hero, with cuts
of tombstones and dry historical data. It deals with the living
present. In his statue and studies of this heroic life he has
attempted to give the very spirit of one of America's foremost
patriots-one who became a martyr on the threshold of his manhood
and who died that we might be free.
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