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Ambrose Bierces Chickamauga is representative of his typical subject matter theme and style A Military experiences B Effect of the loss of his wife and eldest son A Supernatural themesVI Bierces subject matter in ChickamaugaVII Bierces theme in ChickamaugaVIII Bierces style in Chickamauga A Shifting points of view B Adult and child perspectivesAmbrose Bierces Chickamauga is representative of his typical subject matter theme and style His subject matter often deals with the Civil War and its horrors Having served in several battles during the Civil War Bierce strives to display through his writings the true devastation which comes as a result of wars His theme although sometimes macabre emphasizes the reality of warfare Again Bierce is relying on his own war experiences in order to have his audience empathize with his characters Ambrose Bierces style of writing includes shifting of views from one character to another With his own unique subject matter theme and style Bierce develops stories which interest readers from generation to generationAmbrose Bierce was born in 1842 May 368 At the age of 19 Ambrose Bierce joined the 9th Indiana Volunteers in 1861 for the United States of America Appelbaum iii He was in several of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War Appelbaum iii Bierce was at Chickamauga where 34000 men lost their lives Appelbaum iii During battles he risked his own life several times to rescue his fallen comrades Appelbaum iii Once at Kennesaw Mountain in northern Georgia he himself was seriously wounded Appelbaum iii Bierce recovered though and he went on to write many stories dealing with the Civil War The battles he participated in and the things he saw in those battles gave him inspiration for his stories Hall 87 Ambrose Bierce used his experiences
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