Ambrose G Bierce

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The style and motives of Ambrose Gwinnet Bierce are those of a great intellect and cynic. Through his short stories, his views on war, death, religion, love, and for a twist, the supernatural are blatantly illustrated. His experiences in his own life evidently shaped his literary works, and the end of his life as mysterious as it was was fitting for such a man. Having no true formal education, other than that from his one-year …

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…really was and what he stood for. He was a most intriguing author, with an equally fascinating life whose name, in my opinion, should be given the same respect as Whitman, Poe, and Hemingway. Bibliography Bibliography 1. Bierce, Ambrose. Tales of Soldiers & Civilians; The Heritage Press, NY; 1943. 2. Sibley, Joe H. Ambrose Bierce: A Sole Survivor, Bits of Autobiography; Civil War History; Kent State University Press; June 1999. 3. Sowa, Edward S. The Fiction of Ambrose G. Bierce; Doubleday; 1965.