The Importance Of Inman's Journey In Cold Mountain

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During the civil war many soldiers had to leave their loved ones behind while they went out and fought for their country. In the book Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier a young man named Inman finds himself in this very predicament. Somehow Inman gets horribly injured in the midst of the war. Causing him to be sent to a hospital to be treated for his wounds. There at the hospital Inman realises that he should return home to Ada, the woman he loves. The story of Inman 's journey interlaces with Ada 's story. With the absence of her father Ada is left alone to maintain the farm she inherited. Lonely, depressed and confused, she slowly lets the farm wither away until it becomes nothing. Her neighbors began to see the change in the farm and send

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