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Question #1 (1 Page required): Melville: Melville often features males as his main characters. Referring to “Bartleby the Scrivener,” discuss what Melville is saying
about the male population he saw. It might help to identify the opinions and traits of the narrator, Bartleby, Turkey, Nippers, and Ginger Nut. Each represents certain
characteristics. Have these traits changed so much over time? Does every office seem to have one of each? What are some new traits you might be able to write into a
new version of the story?
Question #2 (1 Page required)
Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson and Thoreau were actually among a fairly tight group. Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, and Melville all knew each other well; they were
friends and neighbors. They knew well the works of Poe (who died in 1849); he in turn wrote about Emerson. Although they all had their own individual style and vision,
they influenced each other. Discuss the similarities and contrasts in these writers based on your understanding of the Romantic and Transcendentalist movements, the
era, the authors, and the works themselves.
Week Eleven: The Romantics
Selections from American
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Edgar Allan Poe
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