History Creator / AmbroseBierce

5th Jun '17 6:14:26 PM Mdumas43073
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* BlackComedy: "Oil of Dog", "My Favorite Murder", "An Imperfect Conflagration"

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* BlackComedy: "Oil of Dog", "My Favorite Murder", "An Imperfect Conflagration" Conflagration".
5th Jun '17 6:12:34 PM Mdumas43073
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->''"Humour is tolerant, tender; its ridicule caresses. Wit stabs, begs pardon - and turns the weapon in the wound."''

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->''"Humour is tolerant, tender; its ridicule caresses. Wit stabs, begs pardon - and turns the weapon in the wound."''
5th Jun '17 6:11:28 PM Mdumas43073
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* BlackComedy: "Oil of Dog", "My Favorite Murder" and "An Imperfect Conflagration".

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* BlackComedy: "Oil of Dog", "My Favorite Murder" and Murder", "An Imperfect Conflagration". Conflagration"


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* BuriedAlive: Combined with GraveRobbing in "One Summer Night".
1st Apr '17 11:24:50 AM matteste
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* "Literature/AnOccurrenceAtOwlCreekBridge"

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* "Literature/AnOccurrenceAtOwlCreekBridge"''Literature/AnOccurrenceAtOwlCreekBridge''
21st Mar '17 5:44:57 AM JamesAustin
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Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (June 24, 1842-circa 1914) was one of American literature's most intriguing, and most overlooked, luminaries... and a man who scared [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]].

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Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (June 24, 1842-circa 1842 circa 1914) was an American editorialist, journalist, short story writer, fabulist, and satirist, and one of American literature's most intriguing, and most overlooked, luminaries... and a man who scared [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]].
24th Feb '17 1:01:02 PM jamespolk
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* DyingDream: [[spoiler: "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"]]
24th Feb '17 8:31:39 AM jamespolk
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* "Literature/AnOccurenceAtOwlCreekBridge"

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* "Literature/AnOccurenceAtOwlCreekBridge""Literature/AnOccurrenceAtOwlCreekBridge"
24th Feb '17 6:34:15 AM jamespolk
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* "Literature/AnOccurenceAtOwlCreekBridge"
3rd Dec '16 11:59:45 PM Xtifr
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'''Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce''' (June 24, 1842-circa 1914) was one of American literature's most intriguing, and most overlooked, luminaries... and a man who scared [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]].

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'''Ambrose Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce''' Bierce (June 24, 1842-circa 1914) was one of American literature's most intriguing, and most overlooked, luminaries... and a man who scared [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]].
2nd Oct '16 10:46:30 AM nombretomado
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Ambrose Bierce (later nicknamed "Bitter Bierce" and the "Old Gringo") was a journalist and editorialist from Meigs County, Ohio, whose deeply cynical opinions on the world [[HumansAreFlawed and the people living in it]] led him to create his now-famous series of short stories and other fiction pieces, most notably ''An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge''[[note]]Adapted as a French short movie, which was then aired as a ''Series/TwilightZone'' episode[[/note]]. Bitter Bierce never gave anyone a reason to wonder about his nickname: he was aggressive and fond of war (though also an anti-imperialist), fascinated by death, ''very'' cynical about love and religion, and perplexed by women. His works are notable for their [[DarkerAndEdgier dark, troubled, and haunting]] tone and subject matter. He would have made a fine bedfellow for [[EdgarAllanPoe Poe]] and [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]], but sadly, and certainly not for lack of talent on his part, he never achieved their notoriety.

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Ambrose Bierce (later nicknamed "Bitter Bierce" and the "Old Gringo") was a journalist and editorialist from Meigs County, Ohio, whose deeply cynical opinions on the world [[HumansAreFlawed and the people living in it]] led him to create his now-famous series of short stories and other fiction pieces, most notably ''An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge''[[note]]Adapted as a French short movie, which was then aired as a ''Series/TwilightZone'' episode[[/note]]. Bitter Bierce never gave anyone a reason to wonder about his nickname: he was aggressive and fond of war (though also an anti-imperialist), fascinated by death, ''very'' cynical about love and religion, and perplexed by women. His works are notable for their [[DarkerAndEdgier dark, troubled, and haunting]] tone and subject matter. He would have made a fine bedfellow for [[EdgarAllanPoe [[Creator/EdgarAllanPoe Poe]] and [[Creator/HPLovecraft Lovecraft]], but sadly, and certainly not for lack of talent on his part, he never achieved their notoriety.
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