How do Prospero and the narrator of “Bartleby” rule their respective domain?

From Shakespeare, The Tempest and Melville, “Bartleby, the Scrivener”,

I need an essay of 650-750 words on just and fair governance. How do Prospero and the narrator of “Bartleby” rule their respective domain? Do they become (or will they become) better “rulers” by the end of each work after going through the events of each narrative? Be sure to clarify your concepts of justice and fairness.

1st paragraph – introduction

2nd paragraph – The Tempest only

3rd paragraph – Bartleby only

last paragraph – comparison between two readings & conclusions.

The Tempest: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/tempest/full.html

Bartleby, the Scrivener: http://moglen.law.columbia.edu/LCS/bartleby.pdf

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