ISBN13:978-0142437605 ISBN10: 0142437603 This edition has also been released as: ISBN13: 978-0140390520 ISBN10: 0140390529
Summary: This new edition of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is built around J. A. Leo Lemay and P. M. Zall's definitive text. Louis P. Masur's introduction sets the work in its historical context. Masur also discusses America after Franklin and why the Autobiography has had such a tremendous impact on nineteenth and twentieth century society and culture. He prompts students to think critically about the text by raising fundamental issues, such as the inherent distorti
on that occurs in autobiography. Also included in this edition are six portraits of Franklin, questions for consideration, annotations to the text, a chronology, a bibliography, and an index.
Summary: This new edition of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is built around J. A. Leo Lemay and P. M. Zall's definitive text. Louis P. Masur's introduction sets the work in its historical context. Masur also discusses America after Franklin and why the Autobiography has had such a tremendous impact on nineteenth and twentieth century society and culture. He prompts students to think critically about the text by raising fundamental issues, such as the inherent distortion that occurs in autobiography. Also included in this edition are six portraits of Franklin, questions for consideration, annotations to the text, a chronology, a bibliography, and an index. ...show less
Edition/Copyright:86 Cover: Paperback Publisher:Penguin Classics Year Published: 1986 International: No
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Introduction Note on the Texts THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Franklin's Outline of the Autobiography ESSAYS AND LETTERS A Receipt to make a New-England Funeral Elegy Advice to a Friend on Choosing a Mistress The Speech of Miss Polly Baker How to secure Houses, &c. from Lightning The Kite Experiment The Way to Wealth An Edict by the King of Prussia The Morals of Chess (excerpt) The Elysian Fields Information to Those Who Would Remove to America (excerpt) An Address to the Public; from the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery A Miscellany of Franklin's Opinions
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