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4 May, 17:42

Match each character from Ambrose Bierce's "" A Horseman in the Sky"" to the personality trait that best describes that character

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    Carter Druse - A. Filled with amazement and terror by this apparition of a horseman in the sky-half believing himself the chosen scribe of some new Apocalypse. Overcome by the intensity of his emotions; his legs failed him and he fell.

    the Federal Officer - B. But no-there is a hope; he may have discovered nothing-perhaps he is but admiring the sublimity of the landscape. If permitted, he may turn and ride carelessly away in the direction whence he came.

    Carters Father - C. "Well, go, sir, and whatever may occur do what you conceive to be your duty. Virginia, to which you are a traitor, must get on without you. Should we both live to the end of the war, we will speak further of the matter."

    Explanation:

    (a) Carter Druse - -A. Filled with amazement and terror by this apparition of a horseman in the sky-half believing himself the chosen scribe of some new Apocalypse. Overcome by the intensity of his emotions; his legs failed him and he fell.

    (b) The Federal Officer - B. But no-there is a hope; he may have discovered nothing-perhaps he is but admiring the sublimity of the landscape. If permitted, he may turn and ride carelessly away in the direction whence he came.

    (c) Carters Father: "Well, go, sir, and whatever may occur do what you conceive to be your duty. Virginia, to which you are a traitor, must get on without you. Should we both live to the end of the war, we will speak further of the matter."
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