Fart Proudly: Writings of Benjamin Franklin You Never Read in School
Everyone knows Benjamin Franklin was one of the great philosophers of his time. But there was a side to him you were not exposed to in school -- a bawdy, scurrilous side that was all too eager to ignite the fires of controversy. From time to time, he would put some of his satirical ideas down on paper.
Fart Proudly is a testament to the rogue that lived inside the philosopher and statesman. It includes essays such as "A Letter to the Royal Academy, " "The Supreme Court of the Press, " "On Choosing A Mistress, " and "Rules on Making Oneself Disagreeable."
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Review: Fart Proudly: Writings of Benjamin Franklin You Never Read in SchoolUser Review - Johnny Saldana - Goodreads
Well written and well done. I believe Franklin himself would be proud. Read full review
Review: Fart Proudly: Writings of Benjamin Franklin You Never Read in SchoolUser Review - Renee - Goodreads
Franklin gets five stars. Japikse gets one. Maybe a half. Okay, one. He gets credit for collating these gems. But he comes off like a . . . like an armpit fart at the end. One should have the good ... Read full review
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