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Point of View
The Antagonists in Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge are the Union Soldiers. They happen to be the antagonists because they hung Peyton Farquhar, and would use violence at any time to maintain the bridge. "The execution of one civilian is a well-attended and highly regimented affair. Despite the large number of spectators, there is very little variation in outward appearance'".
The theme of in Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, is to not involve yourself in other peoples business. This is the theme because if Peyton didn't interfere, he most likely would have seen another day.
In Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, the point of view is in third person. It is in third person because it explains how Peyton Feels as he is about to be hung, and the hallucinations he sees. "As Peyton Farquhar fell straight downward through the bridge he lost consciousness and was as one already dead".
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