Cold Mountain (novel) | Literature Criticism Critical Review by David A. Berona

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Critical Review by David A. Berona

SOURCE: A review of Cold Mountain, in Library Journal, May 15, 1997, p. 100.

[In the following review, Berona lauds Cold Mountain as a work that "will enrich readers not only with its story but with its strong characters."]

This monumental novel is set at the end of the Civil War and follows the journey of a wounded Confederate soldier named Inman as he returns home. Interwoven is the story of Ada, the woman he loves. Ada, who was raised in genteel society, cannot cope with the rigors of war until a woman called Ruby arrives to help her. Inman comes across memorable characters like the goatwoman, who lives off the secret herbs in the woods and Sara, a woman stranded with an infant who is assaulted by Yankee soldiers whom Inman later kills. After a long, threatening journey, Inman finally arrives home...

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