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Da·na

(dā'nă),
Charles L., U.S. neurologist, 1852-1935. See: Dana operation, Putnam-Dana syndrome.
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An earlier version of portions of this article dealing with Richard Henry Dana has appeared as "Curative Work: Dana's Two Years Before the Mast" (Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 12-13 [2006]: 219-38).
Budd notes that physical culture advocates considered the novels of Walter Scott and Richard Henry Dana the most uplifting fiction among a welter of cheap novels, especially for the young.
He also examined James Fenimore Cooper, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Walt Whitman, and Richard Henry Dana.
And yet, as seagoing novelists such as Richard Henry Dana and Herman Melville demonstrated, seafarers' lives have involved far more drudgery than romance.
a narrative by <IR> RICHARD HENRY DANA, JR </IR> .
He published lives of Richard Henry Dana (1891) and of his father (1900), as well as an Autobiography (1916).