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Why does Bierce use a flashback in section 2 of "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" instead of proceeding with the events taking place? 1 to introduce Peyton Farquhar 2 to emphasize the folly of romanticism 3 to depict the cunningness of the Federal soldiers 4 to emphasize the naivety of the Confederacy 5 to help the reader know what led to the events in section 1

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    I havent read this either, do you have that passage?

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    • one year ago
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    OK HOLD ON

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