Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
This chapter doesn’t really foreshadow that much. It’s more about character development, as we go into Roger’s thoughts. He spends a lot of time thinking about the condemned, and it leads to thoughts of his own hanging. I love that we see how being hanged has gotten a little easier for him, but there are still a lot of emotions to work through.
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I doubt this chapter will be used in the TV series. Fergus and Marsali aren’t going to show up in Outlander Season 7B, which makes it harder to think that they will turn up in Outlander Season 8. They should, as it’s the last season, but it’s hard to see them play a major role for Roger and Bree’s story as they do in this part of the novel.
So, I just don’t think we’ll see this chapter. Instead, there may be mentions of seeing Fergus and Marsali, but there will be focus on other, more important, storylines from the book.
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