Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Benjamin Franklin” in chapter 1.6, page 81 of Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 1, Colonial and Revolutionary Literature: Early National Literature: Part I:
...erate man. Add to that his cheerful and benevolent temper, and he appears one of the most attractive of the colonial thinkers.
His education in Connecticut, his trip to England, his friendship with Benjamin Franklin , were all part and parcel of his training in letters.
Educated at New Haven at a time when the old lights framed the policy of the college, Johnson, as he says in his autobiography, after many scru...
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