Bartleby the Scrivener

As the narrator congratulates himself on the cleverness of his scheme to dismiss Bartleby, he becomes fascinated with his "assumptions" about how Bartleby will behave. Examine the passage (paras. 149-56), and show how it advances the narrator's growing

awareness of what Bartleby represents. Part of the question

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