A contemporary look at a wonderful short story by my favorite American Author !
It is a "Whale" of a tale ! A fun read !!
I PREFER NOT TO MISINTERPRET Herman Melville’s “Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street”
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Yikes! Melville needles the funny bone while waxing philosophical regarding responsibility toward our fellow man. Moby Dick haunting in short story form on Wall Street. Read morePublished 1 month ago by safetyharbordog
The five (5) most effective words in the English Language are: "I would prefer not to." In the days before slow down strikes, job actions, featherbedding, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lidz
Lonely,alone in a crowd. Singular, unknowable, unknown. A great read. Melville at his best. In contradistinction to the Whale, not findable but just as bewildering.Published 2 months ago by Wallace Matthews
I thoroughly enjoyed this remarkable short story but at it's conclusion I must say that I have no idea what it's about.Published 2 months ago by John C Lamott
It was an interesting read. Though some of the theme was above me I think.Published 2 months ago by Marcus Dashoff
This little book was fascinating to me on three levels. First it takes place in the same building as my first employment on Wall Street. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Neil F. Garfield