Bartleby the Scrivener, A Tale of Wall Street Essay | Bartleby

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Bartleby

Summary: The Boss in Bartleby the Scrivener: Compares Bartleby's relationship with the Boss.
Safety is something people revert to when they do not wish to face the challenges that lie ahead of them. Many people instead of facing their problems and faults revert back to what they know the safe. Many times it takes the pushing of someone else to make us change; someone we are, typically speaking, closely connected to. The Boss in Bartleby the Scrivener: A story of Wall-Street is no exception. Any time he begins to realize the flaws of his work or his way of thinking he quickly changes his train of thought to his business. However no matter how mush we deny our flaws some part of our subconscious still contemplates them. In the Boss's case these subconscious thoughts manifest themselves into Bartleby; a man who is irrevocably tied to the Boss's thoughts, actions, and emotions.

The bond between Bartleby and the Boss is almost supernatural. Bartleby...

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