The Question and Answer section for Bartleby the Scrivener is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
I'm sorry, this is a short-answer literature forum designed for text specific questions. We are unable to assist students with this type of project.
As we know
F=ma (here a=g)
F=GMm/r^2 (newtons law of gravitation)
Therefore equating both forces we get
As we know density(þ)=Mass(M)/volume
But earth is sphere therefore volume of earth is 4/3(pie)r^3
Doubles make for an important thematic device. Through doubles, Melville suggests our connection to other human beings. Nippers and Turkey are like two faces of a coin, as are, finally, Bartleby and the narrator. With Bartleby, Melville is...