Cold Mountain Essay | Nature Used as Symbolism in "Cold Mountain"

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Nature Used as Symbolism in "Cold Mountain"

Summary: Essay describes the novel "Cold Mountain" written by Charles Frazier.
In the novel Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier, nature plays an important role throughout the book. Nature is used as symbolism and to foreshadow what will happen in the future. After Inman left the war he wants simply to be relieved of the bloodshed, which he does by going back to the mystical Cold Mountain. Inman's main goal is to make peace with Mother Nature and live with her in harmony. He feels that Cold Mountain is the quintessence of this relationship he wants. His journey to Cold Mountain involves much interaction with nature. All Inman wants is peace with nature and reaching Cold Mountain will achieve his goal.

Inman had seen the lives of too many people taken. People fought in the Civil War for what Inman thought to be a meaningless cause. After seeing all the people next to him die...

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