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Ambrose (Gwinett). 1842--?1914, US journalist and author of humorous sketches, horror stories, and tales of the supernatural: he disappeared during a mission in Mexico (1913)
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Skins before Reputations: Subversions of Masculinity in Ambrose Bierce and Stephen Crane.
Reversals in the Fortunes of War: Ambrose Bierce, Literary Naturalism, and 'One of the Missing'.
1) Ambrose Bierce, El diccionario del diablo, traduccion de Eduardo Stilman, Madrid, Valdemar, 2004.
Ambrose Bierce, who may not have worked on the stone
THE STORY: In November 1913, the American writer, journalist, and soldier Ambrose Bierce, 71, crossed the U.
Se topo con lo que Ambrose Bierce imagino: la muerte violenta.
The idea is to modernize Ambrose Bierce, coming up with a more contemporary and cutting-edge collection of definitions.
Wilkins Freeman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Kate Chopin, Louisa May Alcott, Henry James, William Dean Howells, Mark Twain, Hannah Crafts, Charles Chesnutt, George Washington Cable, Grace King, Ambrose Bierce, E.
Berkove, in a comparative analysis of Twain and Ambrose Bierce, finds more than a few startling similarities between the two humorists.
Author Ambrose Bierce said: 'The sure sign of insanity is to do the same things and expect different results'.
Following an introduction to the significance of his works and themes and a biographical sketch, critical contexts (including a perspective from The Paris Review) focus on his times, period critics' reception of his works, his conception of manhood, and Twain and Ambrose Bierce as rival social critics.
While generals in the 1880s increasingly argued over their own exploits and shortcomings, rewriting history as the war receded ever further in the national memory, Ambrose Bierce would "tell it like it was," disproving Whitman's oft-quoted maxim, "The real war will never get in the books.