If you would like more information about the subjects discussed in this book, refer to the following links.

Management and Workplace Issues Have a bad boss? This site provides tips and a place to vent. Therapy for us cube farmers since 1989.
bulletUser Friendly the Comic Strip: Another great comic strip, especially for technically adept cube farmers.

Bartleby and Melville

bulletMelville Society: They are a great source of information about Melville.
bulletNew! Ishmailites: A new Google group where top Melville scholars and fans discuss themes and details of his books. This group continues the Melville Society's Ishmail mailing list that ends October 1.
bulletThe original "Bartleby the Scrivener" at Cornell University's Making of America: Read Melville's work the way readers first did in November 1853.
bulletAn article about the Colt-Adams case described in the original "Bartleby the Scrivener". Workplace violence isn't just a turn of the 21st century phenomena.

Other Books and Videos

Look for these where you purchase Offline.

bulletToxic Work by Barbara Bailey Reinhold. How workplaces can become unbearable, how emotional stress from these environments can make you physically ill, and what you can do to make these situations more livable. Read a review on my site.
bulletOther adaptations of "Bartleby the Scrivener". These versions retell the original story in modern locales. I have not seen any of these versions, so I can't vouch for them. The links go to their page on
bullet "Bartleby" (1970): Our scrivener works in an accounting office in London. Stars Paul Scofield and John McEnery.
bullet "Bartleby" (1978): A French version.
bullet "Bartleby" (2001): The most recent version with Crispin Glover, which is now available on DVD and VHS. Also visit the movie Web site.  

Look for more links soon.