Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Melville.
In Herman Melville's work entitled Bartleby the Scrivener, the narrator is an elderly lawyer who works in his office on Wall Street. He proves to be intelligent, even-tempered, and conscientious. The unnamed lawyer possesses a good business mind and appears quite successful. Another trait of the narrator's personality is his ability to interact and deal with people. This attribute is greatly tested when he meets Bartleby and his passive oppression. The lawyer displays an unbelievable amount of patience when dealing with Bartleby. Most bosses would have fired the pitiful scrivener the first…
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