Give it as a gift if you want to be remembered.
This is quite a good collection of some of Ambrose Bierce's best works of fiction and non-fiction in a nice compact hardback volume.
Congrats to the Lib. of America for giving us mainliners another chance to enjoy this giant from the War Between the States (heh!
From my college days I've owned a copy of Ambrose Bierce's "Devil's Dictionary," but I had not known his short stories. His stories set in the U.S. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Peter O. Pierson
The is a must read volume, put it in your library or on your book shelf beside of Mark Twains' works. Great reading by great men.
Excellent content and well bound old style craftsmanship which you don't see very often today. I'd buy it for a friend.Published 9 months ago by larry p
they should teach this author in high school-and also in college-his style of writing is clearly 19th century-he examines his own experiences during the civil war and sometimes his... Read morePublished 20 months ago by john craft
Book contained great wit and humor along with blood curdling recounting of what war is really like--
should be required reading for all members of congress and all the... Read more
The Tales are numerous, brief, varied, and often powerful. Bierce has a distinctive voice. There are no wasted words, and the reader sees clearly both the characters and the... Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Evergreen