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A Jug of Sirup

By Bierce, Ambrose

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Title: A Jug of Sirup  
Author: Bierce, Ambrose
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: This narrative begins with the death of its hero. Silas Deemer died on the 16th day of July, 1863, and two days later his remains were buried. As he had been personally known to every man, woman and well?grown child in the village, the funeral, as the local newspaper phrased it, ?was largely attended.? In accordance with a custom of the time and place, the coffin was opened at the graveside and the entire assembly of friends and neighbors filed past, taking a last took at the face of the dead. And then, before the eyes of all, Silas Deemer was put into the ground. Some of the eyes were a trifle dim, but in a general way it may be said that at that interment there was lack of neither observance nor observation; Silas was indubitably dead, and none could have pointed out any ritual delinquency that would have justified him in coming back from the grave.

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Table of Contents: A Jug of Sirup, 1 -- Ambrose Bierce, 1

 

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