The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin outlines the life of Benjamin Franklin, who is often referred to as 'The First American' and 'The Father of all the Yankees.' This book covers several milestones and phases in the life of Benjamin Franklin, including his early years in London, his first electrical experiments, brief stint in the printing business, and later political career.The book is divided into four parts. The first part is addressed to his son, and covers his childhood experiences. In the second part, Franklin writes extensively about his idea of starting a public library. The third part of the autobiography has details about Franklin's inventions, and the fourth part, a brief one, covers his final years. The book effectively showcases that apart from being an eminent statesman, Benjamin Franklin donned many hats, including those of a printer, musician, diplomat, scientist, and inventor. Known for his innovative thinking, Franklin was also the man behind important inventions like the glass harmonica, bifocal glasses, the Franklin stove and lightning rod. His autobiography was published posthumously, and this classic work garnered a lot of attention because of his many achievements.About The AuthorBenjamin Franklin was born in Boston, MA, on January 17, 1706. As an author, he used pseudonyms for his works. Richard Saunders, Alice Addertongue, and Harry Meanwell are some of his popular pseudonyms. Other famous books authored by him include Poor Richard's Almanack and The Way to Wealth. He loved literature and set up the first lending library in the year 1731.
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