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Philip D. Appleman

American poet, author, and educational who’s known for Perfidious Proverbs, Pity the Devil, and additional works. His literary honors are the Castagnola Honor and a Country wide Endowment for the Arts poetry fellowship. He researched at Northwestern College or university and the College or university of Michigan. He became a member of the armed service during World Battle II. He authorized the Humanist Manifesto in 2003. He wedded Marjorie Appleman, a playwright. He trained for quite some time in Indiana University’s Division of British. He became a specialist on Charles Darwin and had written two poetry choices — Darwin’s Ark and Darwin’s Bestiary — focused on the renowned naturalist.

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