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of the following charaters, the one you learn the most about in "bartleby" is
a. the narrator.
b. nipper.
c. gingernut.
d. turkey.

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    A. the Narrator

    Did you even read this??

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    Kimberly asks the MOST important question of all! If you look for "Bartleby" online there is a marvelous literature site of the same name, plus other things. Possibly this link will provide what you are seeking:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartleby,_the_Scrivener

    Sra

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