|Statement||By Richard Saunders, philom. [pseud].|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Essentially Poor Richard’s Almanack embodies all the themes of the Autobiography in a witty and accessible format. Franklin’s literary influence on Poor Richard’s Almanack comes in a variety. Franklin's Way to Wealth: or 'Poor Richard Improved' (Annotated) This book include Benjamin Franklin’s biography and his work. THE PAGAN MYTHOLOGY of ancient Greece and Rome versified, accompanied with Philosophical Elucidations of the probable latent meaning of some of the Fables of the Ancients, on a theory entirely new.5/5(2). Poor Richard improved, therefore, became more than an almanac and compendium of useful information; it was a sort of miniature general magazine, issued annually to delight and educate its readers. The varied nature and length of the pieces and their mixed authorship present problems of selection for the present edition. : Franklin's Way to Wealth: Poor Richard Improved (): Benjamin Franklin: Books5/5(2).
Poor Richard improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris for the Year of our Lord By Richard Saunders, Philom. Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by B. Franklin and D. Hall. (Yale University Library). “poor richard had no rival”: scarce first edition of poor richard improved, , the first published by franklin’s successors, hall & sellers, issued the same year hall and franklin ended their long partnership “with a bit of acrimony” in the wake of the stamp act (american revolution) (franklin, benjamin) saunders, richard. Poor Richard, unschooled but experienced homespun philosopher, a character created by the American writer and statesman Benjamin Franklin and used as his pen name for the annual Poor Richard’s almanac, edited by Franklin from to Although the Poor Richard of the early almanacs was a dim-witted and foolish astronomer, he was soon replaced by Franklin’s . Franklin sold more t copies of Poor Richard's Almanack a year. It was incredibly popular, but after about 25 years, Franklin moved on to other things, such as inventing.
[Benjamin Franklin], Poor Richard improved: Being an Almanack and Ephemeris for (Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B. Franklin, ). Most almanacs were sold locally, but the “improved” Poor Richard for was the first to be issued in three versions tailored to New England, the Middle Colonies, and the South. Rare first edition of Franklin’s famed Poor Richard’s Improved Almanack for , with the famed woodcut of anatomical man “govern’d” by constellations and 12 woodcut panels, rarely found complete and uncut, this copy with an exceptional provenance—from the prized collection of renowned bibliophile Robert Hoe and containing the. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Franklin's Way to Wealth; or, "Poor Richard Improved" by Benjamin Franklin - . The success of Poor Richard’s Almanack is due in part to Franklin’s ability to adapt bits and pieces of past calendars with his own skills and wit. Franklin wrote under the pseudonym of Richard Saunders. Richard Saunders was an English physician and astrologist who wrote under the pen name of Cardanus Rider which in rearranged letters is.