The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Would you describe franklins voice as matter of fact or ornate?


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I wouldn't consider Franklin's voice as matter of fact or ornate. His anedotes are well written, witty, and a perfect example of writing during the period. Franklin was well read and educated.... he was a brilliant man, and his brilliance shows through. The autobiography is engaging, so if I have to choose between one or the other...... I will unwilling choose ornate.