. Religion isn’t a big part of “Bartleby” or Ragged Dick, but there are conspicuous religious moments in
both texts. Bartleby’s employer plans to go to church (p. 96), reads Jonathan Edwards (p. 106), and
makes numerous allusions to scripture (e.g., “kings and counselors” on p. 113). Ragged Dick goes to
church (ch. 17) and plans to read the Bible. Compare how religion works in the two texts: what’s the
same, what’s different? What function do these brief religious moments serve in each text? What do they
reveal about each text? How do they affect each text’s overall meaning? Your paper should discuss both
“Bartleby” and Ragged Dick.
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