Reading Post: Read Lee Edelman’s essay on Bartleby (listed on our syllabus and available in Canvas; it’s about 19 pages). Next, read three very short, general audience essays on Bartleby, by Jonathan Greenberg by Nina Martyris, and by Hannah Gersen , respectively. Finally, choose one of these three general audience essays (Greenberg or Martyris or Gersen) and answer this question: What features of this essay differentiate it from a scholarly essay, and make it appealing to a general audience (that is, an audience that is not limited to students, professors, and other scholarly readers of Bartleby)? Consider style, tone, content, and any other features of the essay that interest you.
Jonathan D. Greenberg, “Occupy Wall Street’s Debt to Melville” (The Atlantic April 30, 2012)
Lee Edelman, “Occupy Wall Street: ‘Bartleby’ Against the Humanities” History of the Present3.1 (Spring 2013): 99-118.
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