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Q: Peyton Farquhar participated in all of the following except A. abolitionist movement. B. slave ownership. C. politics. D. secessionist movement.
A: C. politics.
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User: Peyton Farquhar participated in all of the following except A. abolitionist movement. B. slave ownership. C. politics. D. secessionist movement.

Weegy: C. politics.
andrewpallarca|Points 13154|

User: Ambrose Bierce uses the flashback for what purpose? A. to introduce the culture of the time period B. to introduce Farquhar's wife C. to develop Farquhar's character D. to demonstrate diversity in his writing

Weegy: A. to introduce the culture of the time period
wisbest|Points 1391|

User: What gives the author's writing about the Civil War authenticity? A. Bierce lived during the Civil War time period. B. Bierce actually fought as a soldier during the Civil War. C. Most of Bierce's other writing is set during the Civil War time period. D. Bierce studied the Civil War closely so that his writing would be accurate.

Weegy: A. Bierce lived during the Civil War time period.
bubulizzz|Points 352|

User: The author Ambrose Bierce manipulates time and the sequence of events in the story in order to accomplish what? A. to emphasize the conflict B. to develop characterization C. to aid the reader's understanding D. to develop the plot

Weegy: A. To emphasize the conflict is the answer.
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User: Which of the following statements does NOT describe Ambrose Bierce's style of writing in "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"? A. Bierce manipulates chronological order to develop plot. B. Bierce uses setting to develop conflict. C. Bierce uses foreshadowing to allude to a surprise ending. D. Bierce uses flashbacks to help develop character.

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