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10 thoughts on “Bartleby, the Scrivener

  1. says:

    I would tell you what I think of this story, but I prefer not to.


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    What a pleasure it is to return to a work of genius and find it inexhaustible What a host of insights, what a web of subtleties, are contained within this short account of the breakdown of one man in a five man office I think of Melville the sailor, accustomed to wide sea vistas and many sea duties, recoiling at the confined, reduced lives of New York City office workers I think of Melville the innovative writer, his popularity and income waning as his daring increased, contemplating the act o What a pleasure it is to return to a work of genius and find it inexhaustible What a host of insights, what a web of subtleties, are contained within this short account of the breakdown of one man in a five man office I think of Melville the sailor, accustomed to wide sea vistas and many sea duties, recoiling at the confined, reduced lives of New York City office workers I think of Melville the innovative writer, his popularity and income waning as his daring increased, contemplating the act of writing considered in itself as a bleak task performed for money I think of Melville the prophet, warning of the starkness of the coming metropolis and the small brutalities of cubicle capitalism.I also marvel at the literary landscape which flows past the windows of this tale, for Bartleby, though it speeds non stop from the village of Dickens to Kafka Terminal, yet gives us a glimpse of the cities of Dostoevsky and Zola, the...


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    Ah, Bartleby Ah, Humanity.At first, as I tried to contain my surprise that Melville, who awed me in Moby Dick, was now writing with such humour and lightness, I felt that Bartleby was a Heroic figure, someone to be admired and emulated and a welcome break from the complicated characters of the doomed ship.On second thought, with a slight...


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    I could ask you to look beyond your desk if you are at work or peep down your balcony if you are at home and spot a Bartleby But I would prefer not to. I could urge you to frame that calamitous Bartleby whose selective inveterate muteness is either enhancing your tolerance reserves or sharpening your fighting skills But I would prefer not to. I could exhort you to unsuccessfully debase this Bartleby s assiduity in light of his proven peculiarity But I would prefer not to. I could ask I could ask you to look beyond your desk if you are at work or peep down your balcony if you are at home and spot a Bartleby But I would prefer not to. I could urge you to frame that calamitous Bartleby whose selective inveterate muteness is either enhancing your tolerance reserves or sharpening your fighting skills But I would prefer not to. I could exhort you to unsuccessfully debase this Bartleby s assiduity in light of his proven peculiarity But I would prefer not to. I could ask you the reason behind your acquiescence of this Bartleby s presence in your life and compel you to accept this Bartleby s apparent expertise in disarming your facultiesBut I would prefer not toI could challenge you to tear open your heart and then smirk at the sight of Bartleby s shades in itBut I would prefer not toI ...


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    Everybody lies Everybody lies


  7. says:

    My favorite short story of all time I prefer not to is the best answer ever.


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    Tulsa Doom Bartleby the Scrivener, contemplate this on the tree of woe.Bartleby the Scrivener I would prefer not to.Monica Bellucci Bartleby, come to me Bartleby the Scrivener Um Melville as a pre existentialist, good read, and funny, also a precursor to absurdist theater, it reads like a long joke,...


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    happiness courts the light, so we deem the world is gay but misery hides aloof, so we deem that misery there is none. 15 I see a blurred silhouette There is a person sitting at table He is writing He doesn t look up Nobody could have ever seen his face It s been hours and he doesn t get up A man, a chair, a table and a million papers The spitting image of desolation Does he have any life outside that place Probably not I hope he does.I read about this particular theme concerning happiness courts the light, so we deem the world is gay but misery hides aloof, so we deem that misery there is none. 15 I see a blurred silhouette There is a person sitting at table He is writing He doesn t look up Nobody could have ever seen his face It s been hours and he doesn t get up A man, a chair, a table and a million papers The spitting image of desolation Does he have any life outside that place Probably not I hope he does.I read about this particular theme concerning jobs that drain life out of people, before I am talking about Benedetti s Poemas de la oficina Poemas del hoyporhoy, a collection of mas...


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Bartleby, the Scrivener When A New York Lawyer Needs To Take On Another Copyist, It Is Bartleby Who Responds To His Advertisement, And Arrives Pallidly Neat, Pitiably Respectable, Incurably Forlorn At First A Diligent Employee, He Soon Begins To Refuse Work, Saying Only I Would Prefer Not To So Begins The Story Of Bartleby Passive To The Point Of Absurdity Yet Paradoxically Extremely Disruptive Which Rapidly Turns From Farce To Inexplicable Tragedy Accompanying Bartleby, Benito Cereno Was First Serialized In 1855, And Centers Around A Slave Rebellion On Board A Spanish Merchant Ship In 1799.