A Cynic Looks at Life
by Ambrose Bierce
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2005
Ambrose Bierce is known for being unsentimental, dark, and so full of vehemence that he was nicknamed Bitter Bierce. A Cynic Looks at Life is a collection of essays in which he talks about modern civilization and all its faults, the death penalty and many others. His arguments are still relevant to issues of today.
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