The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
by Benjamin Franklin
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Abel James and Benjamin Vaughan

Character Analysis

Franklin begins Part 2 of his Autobiography by including letters from these two friends of his. All we really know about them is that they both think Franklin should keep writing, and he takes their advice. From a literary standpoint, the inclusion of their letters is interesting because it's the only time in the text we hear people speaking in voices other than Franklin's own.

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