Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
This chapter doesn’t foreshadow anything. I think it’s really about how Jamie is sensing Rachel’s unease and trying to settle her. There is a lot of focus on feelings in the moment, and we need that now and then. Not every chapter needs to connect to something in the future.
The only part that really connects to the future is the reminder that Denny is being held by the British. The Greys still need to deal with that situation.
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I don’t think we’ll see this chapter play out in the TV series. As much as I would love to see it, a lot of it is in Rachel’s mind. It’s about her feelings, and the show needs to find a way to show these feelings instead of telling us about them.
There could be a small conversation with Jamie, which allows Rachel to express her fears a little. This would allow the conversation with Jamie to happen. However, it might not be the most necessary part of this particular storyline to include.
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