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Bartleby, el Escribiente
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Description The narrator of this novella, a successful Wall Street businessman, introduces us to a former employee of his whose gradual inaction and lack of motivation represent a fascinating enigma, and are a source of both compassion and revulsion.
El narrador de esta breve novela, un exitoso hombre de negocios de Wall Street, nos presenta a un antiguo empleado cuya inaccion y falta de motivacion gradual representan un enigma fascinante, e incitan compasion y revulsion a la vez. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Looking for beautiful books?
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Bartleby, el Escribiente Herman Melville. La Dama del Perrito Anton Chejov. Review quote “Bartlebly,” which dates frombatrleby a forerunner to Franz Kafka.
Its disconcerting protagonist is a dark man who tenaciously refuses to take action. Jorge Luis Borges” show more. About Herman Melville Herman Melville was an American novelist, a short story writer, an essayist, and a poet.
He is best known for his novel Moby Dick and the posthumous novella Billy Budd. Javier Zabala is an illustrator and the recipient of the Spanish National Award for Illustration in Maria Jose Chulia is a translator.
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