I have a lot of problem with past tense (hey, don't raise you eyebrow at me, I have an excuse, Eng is my second language). The lawyer and his other employees are shocked, but Bartleby just won't do what they ask. Another practice moves into the building, only to discover that Bartleby is still a fixture there. You're Reading a Free Preview, pages 5 to 65 are not shown in this preview. And then there's the S, sometimes I see 'foods' but isn't food noncount? Eventually, this refusal rOSE FOR EMILY - PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION grows more bizarre, when Bartleby announces that he will no longer work as a copyist but prefers simply to stay in the office and not do any work. The story concludes with Bartleby in prison. 2018 Shmoop University, Inc. Buy the Full Version, you're Reading a Free Preview, pages 149 to 172 are not shown in this preview.