Bartleby the Scrivener, The Jungle. and Various works of Arthur Miller

Respond to the following questions, using passages from the literary works as support (each answer must be at least 250 words)

  1. What does Melville’s story -Bartleby” tell us about society’s measure of success and the toll it can take on the human spirit?
  2. As the novel The Jungle progresses, Jurgis’ experiences drive him closer to Socialism. What is the effect of Socialistic thought on Jurgis?
  3. What message about money and success does Miller deliver in Death of a Salesman and All My Sons? Is the message the same in both plays? Explain