An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce

Directly and completely answer the following questions. Include specific examples from the story in your answer, and if you use secondary sources, be sure to include the correct documentation. 1.In what ways are the condemned man’s perceptions of time and motion distorted as he is waiting to be hanged? 2.What is ironic about the fact that Farquhar agrees with the saying that, “all is fair in love and war?” 3.What details in Part III suggest that Farquhar’s journey occurs in his mind? 4.Point of view refers to the vantage point from which the story is told. Why is the limited third-person point of view appropriate for this story? How might the story be different if Bierce had used an omniscient third-person narrator?

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