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Destinyyyy

  • one year ago

Has anyone read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"? I need help on two questions- #3 and #5

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  1. Destinyyyy
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    1) At the end of the story, the beautiful image Farquhar sees is quickly contrasted with what other image? – Farquhar hanging on the bridge 2) How was it that Farquhar was caught? – He talked to a man who turned out to be a Union scout. 3) Why was Farquhar willing to try and blow up the bridge? – He wants to serve the rebellion but could never be in the army.? 4) The hanged man hears a loud sound “like the stroke of a blacksmith’s hammer upon the anvil. What is this sound? – the ticking of his watch. 5) As the hanging is occurring, how do the hangers act? - ? 6) The story starts off where? – In Alabama at Farquhar’s house.

  2. Destinyyyy
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    I need help on question 3 and 5

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    okay

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The second section is a flashback to the events that led up to the hanging. Farquhar is revealed not as a hero, but as an arrogant, self-serving plantation ... beliefs, he never joins the Confederate army and instead remains on his plantation, ... As he embraces her, he feels a stunning blow to the back of his neck as it breaks.

  5. anonymous
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    That's #3

  6. anonymous
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    A man stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the ... metallic percussion like the stroke of a blacksmith's hammer upon the anvil; it had ... What he heard was the ticking of his watch. ... him shot upward with the noise of a loud splash; a frightful roaring was in his ears, and all was cold and dark. That's #4

  7. Destinyyyy
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    ?? What?

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Im giving you the Answer's???

  9. Destinyyyy
    • one year ago
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    What you said is definitely not the answers for 3 and 5.

  10. anonymous
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    Im idk but i gave the Answer if you dont want help ill just go (bye)

  11. Destinyyyy
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    3) Why was Farquhar willing to try and blow up the bridge? I put " He wants to serve the rebellion but could never be in the army." Is this correct? 5) As the hanging is occurring, how do the hangers act?

  12. Destinyyyy
    • one year ago
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    I already answered number 4.

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