Essay On An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge

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“A man stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the swift water twenty feet below. The man 's hands were behind his back, the wrists bound with a cord. A rope closely encircled his neck”( Bierce 1). These both stories are types of fiction. These story tells about people who were affected by happening Death of their loved members.In “An Occurrence at owl creek bridge,” story tell that there was man called Peyton Farquhar who was about to hanged and when he was running to his wife and when was about to reach he was killed.Seeing in this both stories we readers definitely find a reason that in this story there is a loss for characters.In "The Sniper" the story tells us of an assassin who is being shot at by another sniper. When the main character finally shoots his enemy, he realizes that he has just killed his own brother. "The sniper darted across the street. A machine gun tore up the ground around him with a hail of bullets, but he escaped. He threw himself face downward beside the corpse. The machine gun stopped. Then the sniper turned over the dead body and looked into his brother 's face." (O 'Flaherty n.p.). An Occurrence at owl creek bridge and The sniper is a story about death, the lose of happiness…show more content…
Both authors of these stories gives a surprise or suspenses in stories they make readers excited and in this both stories there are suspense which we don’t really know what is going to happen next. In “An Occurrence at owl creek bridge,” Peyton pushes open the gate and passes up the wide white walk, he sees a flutter of female garments; his wife, looking fresh and cool and sweet, steps down from the veranda to meet him. At the bottom of the steps she stands waiting, with a smile of ineffable joy, an attitude of matchless grace and dignity. As he is about to clasp her he feels a stunning blow upon the back of the neck; a blinding white light blazes all about him with a sound like the shock of a cannon--then all is darkness and

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