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Autobiography, Poor Richard, and Later Writings

by Benjamin Franklin

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Collects Benjamin Franklin's best-known writings, both personal and public, arranged by period and place, and includes scholarly notes.

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A huge ego, but a very likable man. One of the Founding Fathers, Franklin's wit and wisdom propelled him upon the world scene. Very enjoyable. ( )
  JVioland | Jul 14, 2014 |
What can be more interesting in terms of history as well as autobiography than reading letters and essays, notes and musings of great men, preserved to teach generations to come. This series is very well edited and beautifully bound, and we are looking forward to using these in homeschooling too. ( )
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