A Sweet Instruction: Franklin's Journalism as A Literary ApprenticeshipBook - 1973
This unique study of the phenomenon in American culture that is Benjamin Franklin examines Franklin's writings against the milieu of colonial American journalism, presents a detailed literary analysis of Franklin's writings, and opens up more than merely new understanding of Franklin's rhetorical art. At every point in Franklin's literary career, Sappenfield ably demonstrates, there is a sense of greater complexity in the man than has been generally assumed.
Publisher: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, 
Call Number: 818 F854zs
Characteristics: xiv, 230 p. : facsim. ; 22 cm