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Surname 1Name Course Date Bartleby the scrivener argumentative essayThe story titled Bartleby the Scrivener perfectly elaborates on the life of a lawyer whois rather an unreliable narrator. The narration aims to focus on the life of Bartleby, who is a scrivener, yet it first majors on the life of the lawyer and other employees. The author offers adetailed account of the bibliography of Bartleby, who is rather a peculiar Scrivener (42). The report on the Bartleby is vaguely crafted using isolation and unreliability of language. The reader identifies passive resistance, whereby the author first narrates the picture of a disconnected workplace. This paper seeks to evaluate humanity and instances that influence aperson's life about the book "Bartleby, the scrivener." It argues how the author acknowledges the hero and the significance of various occurrences. The hero in the storyBartleby is the hero in the story, as narrated by a second person we identify as a lawyer. The experiences of the author during interactions with the author are different in comparison to other characters. The author is the owner of a law practice firm that employs many lawyers and workers in New York City (39). The author narrates the experiences with other employees who are rather hardworking and obedient. Further, he expresses how the workplace is disconnected, and there is no direct relationship with the employees. However, the introduction of Bartleby in the workplace creates attention to the narrator. Bartleby's characteristics are rather peculiar and different from other previous employees.
Surname 2The narrator is amused by the sheer motivation of Bartleby and the qualification to work in the law firm. To avoid similar occurrences in the past, the author isolates Bartleby from other workers in the office. The corner office has a brick wall that hinders the hero fromidentifying how other employees are working. The author seeks to prevent the reoccurrence of previous challenges with the employees. There was a major concern in acquiring the best person to carry out the duties in the office without inadequacy and complaints. In this case, the author concentrates the entire narration based on what he observes from Bartleby and his actions.