First, Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography seemed to be a replication on his life. A kind of self-reflection on accomplishments and mistakes made in his youth. He wanted to try and help his son become successful, and he thought what better way to demonstrate success than to write about his own successful life. Benjamin Franklin’s portrayal of himself, was not to revel on his accomplishments, instead, the tone is one of self-awareness and personal satisfaction. He believed his autobiography did not serve so much to enlighten himself but to provide an object lesson for the readers. He confesses that he has made many mistakes during his life that he craved he could correct, but he often shows how he succeeded and reached his present state in society. He believed that working hard, education and pinching pennies will earn its own desired end. Work hard and you will have a better life.
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