The Imaginary Escape; The assignment was an analysis on short stories that we read and write 2-3 page essay on it, using third person.
Many readers create a variety of possibilities with each story they read. The authors like to give readers facts, but not enough for them to draw a final conclusion. The readers can think of many different endings with the story "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," with the abrupt ending the Ambrose Bierce gives. Even though it is not stated until the end that Peyton Farquhar dies, Bierce gives several clues that Peyton is imagining his escape the entire time.
<Tab/>The writer provides a brief insight into Peyton's thoughts before he dies. Farquhar is trying to get his mind o…
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