Plaintiff alleged a hostile work environment claim against her employer, alleging a single course of harassing behavior over a two year period that began before she filed her bankruptcy petition and ended afterwards. Because plaintiff could have brought the claim before bankruptcy, the entire claim, including the post-bankruptcy damages, were property of the bankrupt estate and could be prosecuted only by the bankruptcy trustee.  The post-bankruptcy damages were sufficiently rooted in pre-bankruptcy conduct to remain property of the bankrupt estate.