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Sites about The Devil’s Dictionary

by Ambrose Bierce

This satirical work contains humorous, often scathing, “definitions”.

Keywords: satire

Critical sites about The Devil’s Dictionary

Forked Tongue: The Language of Serpent in The Enlarged Devil’s Dictionary of Ambrose Bierce
“The story of Ambrose Bierce told in the language of his “Devil’s Dictionary”, using hypertext language to create a fiendish translation of the life and works – and humour – of this acidic satirist and adventurer.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Andrew Graham

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013