Here's a collection of essays and letters from the pen of one of America's shrewdest observers of human nature. During his lifetime, Benjamin Franklin was a successful publisher, printer, author, scientist, inventor, and diplomat. This collection of letters and essays illuminates Franklin's views on the subjects of marriage, savages, cold air baths, and a variety of other topics. The recording includes "Choice of a Mistress," "Reflections on Love and Marriage," "Early Marriages," "Treaty with A Lady," "Polly Baker," "Ephemera," "Apology for Printers," "Politeness of Savages," "On Wine," "Emigrants," "Cold Air Baths," and "Otium cum Dignatate."
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