Bartleby and Benito Cereno



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There is than one author with this nameHerman Melville was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet His first two books gained much attention, though they were not bestsellers, and his popularity declined precipitously only a few years later By the time of his death he had been almost completely forgotten, but his longest novel, Moby Dick largely considered a failure d

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  • Paperback
  • 104 pages
  • Bartleby and Benito Cereno
  • Herman Melville
  • 16 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Bartleby and Benito Cereno

  1. says:

    To a sensitive being, pity is not seldom pain And when at last it is perceived that such pity cannot lead to effectual succor, common sense bids the soul be rid of it Bartleby, the ScrivenerLife glues us together in ways we can t anticipate, obliging us to broaden our individual frames of reference in order to imagine the other, overcoming our self centered blindness.That inevitable interconnectedness is most plausible in Melville s most enduring and intriguing short novellas Bartleby, the Scrivever and Benito Cereno.When a New York lawyer needs to hire another copyist, it is Bartleby who responds to his advertisement, and arrives pallidly neat, pitiably respectable, incurably forlorn At first a diligent employee, he soon begins to refuse work, saying only I would prefer not to So begins the story of Bartleby passive to the point of absurdity yet extremely disturbing which rapidly turns from farce to inexplicable tragedy The employer being a first person, conscious narrator who uses the piece of literature he composes as a means of contemplating his situation in life It becomes clear that his use of Christian and classical image...

  2. says:

    Billy Budd Bartleby Benito Cereno Ou os tr s Bs de Melville, numa edi o interessante e recomend vel Bartleby j desconhecia e a releitura refor ou o seu estatuto de conto favorito, a par da Metamorfose Billy Budd foi uma agrad vel surpresa, com uma narrativa que imagino ser mais caracter stica de Melville, avivou a vontade de ler Moby Dick Benito Cereno, por sua vez, mais extenso e exaustivo, uma intriga pouco din mica e previs vel, com reflex es obsoletas, e...

  3. says:

    Ba l ba na ilgin bir yk novella Zor yaz l p okunabilecekken ustal kla r lm , harika dillendirilmi , ak kan bir yap ya sahip K rm z Kedi Yay nlar taraf ndan yeniden evrilip bas lan Jorge Luis Borges in Babil Kitapl serisi i inde yer al yor Bu bile ba l ba na bu eseri ok de erli k l yor.

  4. says:

    This book, with its two stories, Bartleby and Benito Cereno, is not what I expected What a dense read For a book just barely making it over the 100 page mark, it took me forever to will myself through it Look at the difference between the start date and the finish for this one Every time I picked it up I felt like I was being forced to swallow lead, or to walk a mile in a pool of TAR I felt like I was getting nowhere, anywhere, and fast And, to my frustrated and wry surprise, I got exactly that.Herman Melville I don t know what was his issue, but the man took things that could be explosive, and instead turned them into dust If I were to choose a handful of words to describe this book, it d be Dense Gathering dust Slowly sinking Numbness There was barely even the sensation of my frustrations until I reached the end of the book It s so LOUDLY EMPTY It s like having a block shoved through the side of your skull, one millimeter at a time, and every moment it sinks further and deeper in, you stop reacting you lose your emotions you stop thinking you re just reading you re just reading...

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    I really enjoyed the story of Bartleby It was very funny view spoiler At first I felt conflicted about whether Bartleby s behavior was reasonable On one hand, I think it should be okay to take a job on the condition that you re willing to do certain kinds of work and not others, as long as the employer still thinks it s worth it And Bartleby did seem to be a very efficient copyist On the other hand, it wasn t really agreed on up front, and if no one likes the examination work, it s not very fair for only one person to get out of it Midway through the story though, I learned that they are all getting paid per word copied, with the expectation that everyone will chip in with examination, so really Bartleby was getting paid the same for less work It only got worse from there, with Bartleby refusing to do anything useful or even vacate the premise...

  6. says:

    k tip bartleby yk s gerek anlat m gerek karakterin kisiligi ile beni ok kal n halatlarla yakalad mutlaka tekrar d n p okumak isteyecegim bir oykuydu lakin Benito, nas l bir kitapta bu iki ayr hissi ya ad m bilmiyorum, Benito beni yakalayamad , haftalarca a t m a t m kapad m, ayn yerleri okudum okudum biraktim, sonunda vazge tim Benito yk s ile ger ekten y ld z m z barismadi ...

  7. says:

    i prefer not to

  8. says:

    You can t give Melville less than 3 stars He s just too darn good a writer You can however doc stars for blatant racism Wow Racist So racist I had to read the reviews and the sparks notes And wow even Racist Here s the deal Some people say this book is about Melville trying to present the situation The whole we re going to be nice to the slaves but secretly they might kill us in their sleep argument F in racist The critics and Sparks notes present that he s portraying a social commentary about the nuanced condescension of whites allowing blacks some basic rights outside of chains while being carted off to work as slaves I read it and you know what s condescending Writing a book about slavery without actually making any of the slaves than background characters Dude seriously How are people missing exactly HOW racist this book is It is the perfect example of modern racism A bunch of privileged people talking about it, around it, but having no clue what it actually is, and thinking that their feigned empathy somehow means something That is both in the book, the sparks notes, and many of the reviews PAIN FREAKIN FULL That said beautifully written For someone who is teaching a class about hidden, structural, or modern racism, this is a wonderful piece that could be a great source of discussion for those that do not understand the di...

  9. says:

    Bartleby While I enjoyed reading this story, I was disappointed by the ending view spoiler I like having my stories free of loose ends as much as possible, so with nothing really answered about what Bartleby s deal was, it just felt lacking hide spoiler

  10. says:

    LOVED bartleby i mean benito cereno s good too but it just doesn t hold that weight for me that bartleby does like bartleby CONNECTED.

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