Cold Mountain Essay | Cold Mountain: Rich Man's War, Poor Man's Fight

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Cold Mountain.
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Cold Mountain: Rich Man's War, Poor Man's Fight

Summary: In Charles Frazier's book Cold Mountain, those in power start the war, and send the poor off to fight it. This essay discusses this theme as it relates to real-life wars, including the war between the Soviet Union and Afghanistan.
Rich man's war but a poor man's fight? In the book Cold Mountain written by Charles Frazier shows that this statement is true. In any war as one may see it, it's always a rich man's war but a poor man's fight. How is this so?

In the book, Inman,who was brought up in a poor family and isn't rich,fights with people who are rich. This is that usually the rich man starts the war and the poor man finishes the war; meaning that the rich man has lost and the poor man has lost the war. This can be related to a recent event not to long ago in Afghanistan. In Afghanistan not too long ago the Soviet Union, as they were at the time, had fought with Afghanistan. Afghanistan was Inman, poor and not as educated, and the...

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