Benjamin Franklin was one of the principal founding fathers of the United States of America. He made contributions or corrections to the Declaration of Independence and to the Constitution of the United States. He published newspapers and newspaper articles that advocated independence.
Although it had a tortuous publication history after Franklin's death, this work has become one of the most famous and influential examples of an autobiography ever written.
Franklin's account of his life is divided into four parts, reflecting the different periods at which he wrote them. There are actual breaks in the narrative between the first three parts, but Part Three's narrative continues into Part Four without an authorial break (only an editorial one).
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Table of Contents
Introduction Page 3
Part I Page 7
Part II Page 87
Part III Page 111
Part IV Page 200