Bierce


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Bierce

 (bîrs), Ambrose Gwinett 1842-1914?
American writer whose works, including In the Midst of Life (1891-1892) and The Devil's Dictionary (1906), are marked by caustic wit and a strong sense of horror.

Bierce

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(Biography) 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)

Bierce

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Ambrose (Gwinnett), 1842–1914?, U.S. author.
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written by one Ambrose Bierce, an avowed and confirmed misanthrope of the period: "Grapeshot, n.
Their cohort included Wallace Stevens ("After one has abandoned a belief in God, poetry is that essence which takes its place as life's redemption") and nonbelievers Ambrose Bierce, Bertrand Russell, and H.
Never before or afterward did Bierce create a character upon whom he lavished such utter scorn" (129).
Eventually Austin left the Owens Valley and headed to an artists' colony in Carmel, where she befriended writers like Jack London and Ambrose Bierce.
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It was a really good season and the trophy represents that," said Bryan Bierce, 26, who graduated from the UO in 2013.
Bierce served in the Union army through most of the American Civil War, and later became a famous journalist and essayist.
Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce, an American journalist and writer once said that politics is strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles.
Actually, the impetus for doing Hangman's Daughter, my original pitch, was to tell the story of Ambrose Bierce and vampires.
Speak when you're angry and you'll give the best speech you'll ever regret,'' said Ambrose Bierce.
To paraphrase the American author Ambrose Bierce, speak with the emotional mind and you will make the best speech you will ever regret.
Loosely based on the disappearance of journalist Ambrose Bierce in Mexico in 1913, the novel also concerns death.