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Ambrose Bierce, the acclaimed American journalist and writer, was born in 1842. Known for his sharp wit and biting satire, Bierce pursued a successful career as a journalist before dedicating himself to writing fiction. With his iconic collection "The Devil's Dictionary," Bierce showcased his brilliant wordplay and unique perspective. His most famous short story, "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," remains a staple of American literature. Bierce's mysterious disappearance in 1913 adds an enigmatic aura to his legacy. Explore Ambrose Bierce's intriguing life and groundbreaking works for an unforgettable literary journey.

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