Cold Mountain Essay | Cold Mountain

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Cold Mountain

Summary: Analyzes the film, Cold Mountain, based on Charles Frazier's Civil War novel of the same title. Provides a plot summary. Examines the growth of the character Ada throughout the film.
Brutal. Exquisite. Heartbreaking. Uplifting. Such opposites highlight the contrasting impressions created by Charles Frazier's Civil War novel, Cold Mountain. Frazier organizes his narrative of alternating hope and despair around two central characters, Inman and Ada, whose separate struggles culminate in a brief, poignant reunion. Can the love and humanity of two individuals survive the hardships of war? Both Inman and Ada must face their own outer and inner demons in a war-torn Confederacy that threatens to destroy them as individuals and as a couple.

Inman's risk filled odyssey through the war-torn South brings him closer to Ada and his home. The beginning of the novel takes place in a hospital used for injured Confederate soldiers, of which Inman is a part of. The many summer days he spent in the hospital made him "view the world as if it were a picture framed by the molding around the...

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