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The story presents details of the organizational life of Mr. Rabbit who was an employee of a multinational company called Dejektia, operating in a country called (Karakia). Rabbit is a fictional character consistently victimized by office politics. He was employed by Dejektia Company due to the support provided by MD of the company, however soon afterwards, he discovered that the company was partially controlled by an underground mafia group. The mafia group was unhappy with the decision to appoint Rabbit as a company employee and sought to dismiss him. As a result there was a conflict between the two. The story described the details of this conflict. Then Rabbit fell in love with a female company employee. It was a mutual platonic love affair, but ended in failure due to several considerations elaborated in the story, while Rabbit tried to explore the nature of human love asking himself is it a trick of the human mind or a universal phenomenon that come into being carrying its own raison dtre. In addition to his various other attributes and due to his deep emotional involvement in literary and cultural matters ever since he was a school boy and until late in adult life, Rabbit ,always considered himself as a cultural being. The introduction to the story contains a record of its authors educational background and working experiences. His education in USA, his literary interests and some of his reflections about certain English stories he read as a young youth, his memoirs, impressions and views about life, death, love, identity, politics etc The events of the story took place within an organizational context as author perceived of the organization as a living active human society.