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Discuss the narrators responsibility for conflict in "Bartleby the Scrivener"
The narrator in "Bartleby the Scrivener" is a highly respected, successful, and highly self-righteous lawyer. He has several employees who work for him in his offices, each with their own quirks. He tends just to let them all do as they wish, as it is easier for him this way. He does not like to deal with conflicting situations.
The conflicting character, Bartleby, does his job very well at first. In fact, the owner feels that he will not be causing any problems. However, shortly after Bartleby starts displaying warning signs and actions that he has issues to deal with. The narrator…
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