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Jack Lindeman was born and raised in Philadelphia. He served three years in the army. He has taught at Lincoln & University, Temple University and Kutztown State University. He edited The Conflict of Convictions which critic Edward Wagenknecht in a review wrote .."gives us a new angle on the Civil War...." He also wrote a book about living on a farm, Appleseed Hollow, whic Jack Lindeman was born and raised in Philadelphia. He served three years in the army. He has taught at Lincoln & University, Temple University and Kutztown State University. He edited The Conflict of Convictions which critic Edward Wagenknecht in a review wrote .."gives us a new angle on the Civil War...." He also wrote a book about living on a farm, Appleseed Hollow, which Harry Eshleman in a review in Bookends called ..".a collection of feelings, insights, and conclusions about our contemporary world which at times rival Henry Thoreau's writings about Walden Pond." He has also published two books of poetry, Twenty-One Poems and As If, which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.


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Jack Lindeman was born and raised in Philadelphia. He served three years in the army. He has taught at Lincoln & University, Temple University and Kutztown State University. He edited The Conflict of Convictions which critic Edward Wagenknecht in a review wrote .."gives us a new angle on the Civil War...." He also wrote a book about living on a farm, Appleseed Hollow, whic Jack Lindeman was born and raised in Philadelphia. He served three years in the army. He has taught at Lincoln & University, Temple University and Kutztown State University. He edited The Conflict of Convictions which critic Edward Wagenknecht in a review wrote .."gives us a new angle on the Civil War...." He also wrote a book about living on a farm, Appleseed Hollow, which Harry Eshleman in a review in Bookends called ..".a collection of feelings, insights, and conclusions about our contemporary world which at times rival Henry Thoreau's writings about Walden Pond." He has also published two books of poetry, Twenty-One Poems and As If, which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

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