The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin - Chapter IV Summary & Analysis

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Chapter IV Summary and Analysis

Back in Philadelphia, the former governor was so ashamed to see Ben, he walked right by him without a word. Miss Read, Ben found, had married another man, but left the man shortly afterward because she was not happy. Mr. Keimer had expanded his business to include a stationary shop, though Ben did not think it was of a much better quality than the print house.

Mr. Denham, his employer was wonderful, but he died suddenly. Ben accepted employment with Mr. Keimer, who offered higher wages. After putting the print shop back in order, Mr. Keimer becomes disagreeable. Ben's co-worker, Meredith, convinces Ben to hold on a little longer. Meredith's father offers to finance a print shop for Ben. While waiting for machinery to outfit his shop, Ben printed money for the New Jersey government, where he met a...

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