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When Bierce discusses how Farquhar has ended up on the ledge of a bridge in “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,” he utilizes flash forward to provide the necessary information to the reader. A. True B. False
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User: When Bierce discusses how Farquhar has ended up on the ledge of a bridge in “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,” he utilizes flash forward to provide the necessary information to the reader. A. True B. False

Weegy: All of the following characters come to the same end except, D. Peyton Farquhar in "An Occurence at Owl Creek".
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When Bierce discusses how Farquhar has ended up on the ledge of a bridge in “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,” he utilizes flash forward to provide the necessary information to the reader. FALSE. (He utilizes flashBACK).
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