The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

English III

Franklin examines his actions and motives, discussing then at length throughout the autobiography. Yet many of God personality traits are renewables through his actions, not through direct statements. What does the difficult journey from Boston to Philadelphia reveal about the character of young Franklin? 

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I don't know too much about the journey itself but certainly Franklin overcame the obstacles. He was orderly and had a keen eye for analyzing a situation. He was patient enough with the long voyage. He was fascinated by the stops at different ports as well as the wind when they were sailing. He did not complain about the dwindling resources like food on the boat.