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Perhaps that's why "The Cambridge Companion To Benjamin Franklin" does not attempt to sum up Franklin's work, life or philosophy. Its essays instead look at singular parts of the Franklin that reaches out to us from vast volumes of letters and mostly short literary works

Perhaps that's why "The Cambridge Companion To Benjamin Franklin" does not attempt to sum up Franklin's work, life or philosophy. Its essays instead look at singular parts of the Franklin that reaches out to us from vast volumes of letters and mostly short literary works. Not to mention his one book, his Autobiography. The essays don't build on one another, so readers can pick up and browse with ease.

The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin. Published online: 28 January 2009. Specially commissioned chapters, written by scholars well-known in their respective fields, examine Franklin's writings and his life with a new sophistication, placing Franklin in his cultural milieu while revealing the complexities of his intellectual, literary, social, and political views.

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Specially commissioned chapters, written by scholars well-known in their respective fields, examine Franklin's writings and his life with a new sophistication, placing Franklin in his cultural milieu while revealing the complexities of his intellectual, literary, social, and political views.

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A valuable overview for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture. A valuable overview for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture.

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Publishers: Cambridge University Press. Publication Date: Jan 15, 2009

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Series: Cambridge Companions to American Studies .

Comprehensive and accessible, this Companion addresses several well-known themes in the study of Franklin and his writings, while also showing Franklin in conversation with his British and European counterparts in science, philosophy, and social theory. Specially commissioned chapters, written by scholars well-known in their respective fields, examine Franklin's writings and his life with a new sophistication, placing Franklin in his cultural milieu while revealing the complexities of his intellectual, literary, social, and political views. Individual chapters take up several traditional topics, such as Franklin and the American dream, Franklin and capitalism, and Franklin's views of American national character. Other chapters delve into Franklin's library and his philosophical views on morality, religion, science, and the Enlightenment and explore his continuing influence in American culture. This Companion will be essential reading for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture.

The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin (Cambridge Companions to American Studies) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0521871341

ISBN: 0521871344

Author: Carla Mulford

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People

Language: English

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 2, 2009)

Pages: 206 pages

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