Assignment On Rewright Of Cold Mountain Ending

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Spirits of crows, dancing By the morning of the third day in the village the clouds broke open the clear sky, bright sun. The snow began to melt. The trees sent clumps of snow down to the ground and slatted like giant raindrops. That evening a full bright moon rose over the midnight sky and lit up the dark. The light poured through the windows and rested on the bed where Inman and Ada where whispering.They had spent all night talking about how they would go about their lives when they returned to the farm. Although they where straight forward and simple, they took a great deal of consideration for each one had its deadly effects. They had come up with that the war could not go on any lon ...view middle of the document...

-it would take at least 7 hours to get back home. Ruby said Ruby assumed that they would all go as a part But Inman declined and said that it was smarter to travel with less people from his experiences on his own. They decided that Ada and ruby would go now in the Morning and Inman and Stobrod would follow during noon. Ruby figured that it was the smartest way to go and agreed, ruby and Ada set fourth, Inman closed up the camp and propped Stobrod onto the horse, and then Inman and Stobrod disappeared into the woods once again. They both traveled at a steady pace and soon came down around the creak where Inman saw the salamander, and thought to him self that now he was off to find his nice rock to be shaded from the harshness of war. They came around the bend where the poplar stood, still stained with blood and damaged where the balls bounced off; Stobrod lifted his head up and cussed to himself as they pasted it. Inman was surprised how steadily they where going, along the mountain rocks and forest, Inman wondered if the girls traveled this fast and if they where going to catch up with them, Inman watched the trees sway in the wind and leaves being torn off their weak brown stems and pulled in the blue sky into the clouds. They came around a bend where their was a clearing and a tail up ahead, all of a sudden Inman heard horses and footsteps coming down the trail, Inman quickly grabbed the horse rings and crouched down on the wet grass, Stobrod quickly looked up at the men coming up.-"Teague" he said with was frightening sound to his voice,"that's a dangerous man" he said to Inman "and a hard one to kill at that".But Inman did not need Stobrod's advice, he knew who he was, he fought with him in Petersburg he was as ruthless and they come, and often burned down towns and killed farmers to feed his man, Inman knew that talking to him would be as good as shooting himself in the head. There where four men on the patrol and along with them a bloodhound, the hound sniffed the air as they walked past them and darted off toward Inman, he knew that avoiding a fight was not possible, he drew out his Lemat and cocked it on full cock. Inman slapped the horse with his hand and sent the horse running, at that same moment he fired two shots, one bullet Rick shaded off the dogs head and slammed into a nearby tree, the other flew straight into one of the guards chest and sent a cloud of blood on the mans face, the bullet struck the mans heart and he quickly let out a scream before he lay limp one the ground, the others where confused by what was going on and went around in circles to try and find where it was coming from, Inman flew out of the bushes and fi...


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