The Moonlit Road and Other Ghost and Horror Stories

Aslan/Jill An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce

AR 1. Whose thoughts and feelings does the narrator relate?

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In the beginning of the story, the narrator uses both the third-person objective point of view. As the story goes on, this perspective switches to the third-person omniscient, which allows the narrator to get into Peyton's thoughts and convey them to the reader.


An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge