Has anyone read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"? I need help on two questions- #3 and #5
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There's a site that can help you. Its called Sparknotes. All you do is type in the name of the book and it gives you everything you need to know. But thats all i got /.
Yes I know about Sparknotes. Its not that reliable.
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Not really. It leaves out quite a bit and doesn't list everything such as the themes. My senior year of high school almost half of the class failed because they read Sparknotes instead of actually reading the stories.
Id like some help from someone who has read the short story and can check my answer and help with number 5.
Well if you read the book and then skim through it when you do to the questions you would know the answers to them :-)
I read the short story last month. The questions are part of 10 other short stories for my midterm review. I already answered number 3, I'm asking for someone who has read the short story to check my answer and for number 5 to help me remember. It doesn't really talk about how they were acting. They were just doing their job.