White House veterans described how Michel became Bush's scrivener.
But perhaps the best way to read the Bush memoir is as the elusive pièce de résistance of the most loyal Bush scrivener.
Bartleby, the scrivener must be the most famous short fiction in American literature.
His immediate adventure in the metropolis proves to be his instalment as scrivener in an attorney's office.
Despite all scrivener's efforts, the gap grew less and less.
The scrivener laughed as heartily as such men can, and begged me to be disabused.
Mr. scrivener and Captain Smith were now in fact the sustainers of the colony.
No Penman of the monastery: no scrivener of a later age: no Arab or Persian scribe, could write a more beautiful hand.
Mr. scrivener and Mr. Percy returned from an expedition with nothing.
The scrivener did look up accordingly, with the action of an automaton which suddenly obeys the impulse of a pressed spring.
"professional penman, copyist," late 14c. (early 13c. as a surname), with superfluous -er + scrivein "scribe" (c.1300), from Old French escrivain "a writer, notary, clerk" (Modern French écrivain), from Vulgar Latin *scribanem accusative of scriba "a scribe," from scribere (see script (n.)).