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You should bear in mind that poe is a romantic (if you’re not thoroughly familiar with what that means, review the mini-lecture material) and that bierce was an early realist (again–mini lecture is crucial) in your answers.

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Please describe a significant similarity, OR a significant difference, between the SUPERNATURAL elements in "The Fall of the House of Usher," and "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge." You may consider: are there differences in use of the "supernatural"? Do Poe and Bierce seem to have the same purposes in mind for impacts upon the reader, or the reading experience, as they include "supernatural" elements? You should bear in mind that Poe is a Romantic (if you're not thoroughly familiar with what that means, review the mini-lecture material) and that Bierce was an early Realist (again--mini lecture is crucial) in your answers. 2. What, in your opinion, is "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"'s message about WAR? Does Bierce seem to want us readers to have a particular opinion--and if so, what is it, and how do you know? You may consider: does Bierce have a STRONG opinion about war? Is he preaching a bit of a lesson, as Harte does, in "Outcasts"? You may, if you want to, find info about Bierce's life in forming your essay, but it's not necessary, and may not help. Read the DETAILS of the story very, very carefully, as you consider you answer. As yourself questions, like "What kind of 'soldier' IS Peyton Farquhar? Why?"

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