- Ambrose (Gwin·nett) [gwi-net] /gwɪˈnɛt/, 1842–1914?, U.S. journalist and short-story writer.
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Drabelle writes about all this, but only to brush it aside and insist that Bierce was some sort of morally rigorous truth teller.
So why did Bierce, finally, in 1896, become a populist champion?
My name is Bierce, and I find, on reflection, that I like best those who call me just that.
In London Bierce found congenial and stimulating associates.
Bierce's style, too, by its very fineness, alienated his public.
It was decidedly not Bierce time when Bierce's stories appeared.
So much for Bierce the artist; the man is found in these letters.
- Ambrose (Gwinett). 1842–?1914, US journalist and author of humorous sketches, horror stories, and tales of the supernatural: he disappeared during a mission in Mexico (1913)
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