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The autobiography of any great figure is likely to be interesting. Benjamin Franklin's is all the more so in that he not led a memorable life himself (only part of which he covers here), but was a lively observer who spent time in not only in different parts of the young thirteen colonies, but in London, where he worked as a journeyman printer and had his own sentimental misadventures. Whether you are interested in this monumental figure himself or life in the period in America and England, this precious document is well worth reading.

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