American Literature

Early in his Autobiography, Franklin praises some of his father’s qualities: He had a mechanical Genius too, and on occasion was very handy in the Use of other Tradesmen’s Tools. But his great Excellence lay in a sound Understanding, and solid Judgment in prudential Matters, bit in private and public Affairs. I remember well his being frequently visited by leading People, who consulted him for his Opinion on Affairs of the Town or of the Church he belonged to and showed a good deal of Respect for his Judgment and Advice. What did he value most about his father’s example? From what you remember of the rest of the Autobiography, how did Franklin emulate his father?


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