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Portrait by J.H.E. Partington What do you think of it?
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge What do you think of the title?
Whats the tone of section I? An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
How does section II affect the pacing of the story? Why did Bierce change the pace? An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
What, at the beginning of section III, creates the tension?
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