Melville's "Bartleby, The Scrivener" - 'Eminently Safe'

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3 pages in length. When examining how the narrator's admission that he is an 'eminently safe' man helps to establish his point of view towards the story's events, it is important to understand how his realization of humanity and the emotions associated with it ultimately allowed him to accept the various occurrence that take place throughout the book. Bibliography lists 4 sources.