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Unformatted text preview: (c) Mechanically skilled (i) Handy with tools, obvious transition down to franklin (d) Morally and intellectually trained Franklin in his upbringing (i) Not monetarily wealthy, but rich in wisdoms for his children iv) Addressing the Ego (1) The best way to successfully collectively deliberate is to not take the self too seriously (a) Again, a step away from the puritan theologoy (b) Twain did not see this v) Scheme for virtue (1) 12 steps to adapting to new behavior in public obligation (a) Shows these to a quaker (b) Quaker reprimands him on his pride (i) Franklin adapts to a more ideologically open way of thinking 1. States that he has never made a dogmatic claim a. Obvious contradiction in statemtn...
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- Spring '11
- American Literature