Outlander Book Club: Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 28 breakdown

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Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter

The chapter doesn’t really foreshadowing anything. I see this chapter like the other. It’s all about how the people of the Ridge come together in a time of need. We see how people open up when it comes to moments of quietness and respect.

There’s also a lot of superstition worked into this part of the story. We have this opportunity to see how each of the men and women react around death and what they believe. Even Mrs. Cunningham, who doesn’t like Catholics, is a superstitious woman at times.

Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter

Like previous chapters that have been linked to Amy’s death, I don’t expect to see this one used in Outlander Season 8. It’s for all the same reasons as before. I just don’t think that Amy’s death is going to be a storyline that’s used. Amy was introduced to us, but there was a reason involving other characters that that happened. The death doesn’t really affect the development or storyline of Jamie, Claire, Roger, or Bree.

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