Which literary movement did ambrose bierce belong? plato
Ambrose Bierce belonged to the 'Realism' literary movement .
Ambrose Bierce belonged to the literary movement called realism. Generally he used a characteristic style, especially in his stories: an abrupt start, dark images, vague references to time, limited descriptions, impossible events and the theme of war. Profoundly misanthropic, expressed in his writings his distrust of the human race, distrust expressed with a critical attitude that earned him the nickname of Bitter Bierce
Ambroce Bierce was one of the greatests american writers, he wrote many short novels and was a civil war veteran, one of his writtings "The Devil´s Dictionary" was named one of the greatests pieces of american literature. He developed and wrote in the literary movement called Realism, which was a period of time where people started to see reality as something that was capable of amazing and entertain the audience, this could also be because of his journalist background, many of the realism writers started as journalist, from there their fascination for reality.
the answer for plato is realism
The answer is "realism".
The correct answer is B. Realism