Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
This chapter does seem to suggest that there is something in the book that isn’t true. I don’t think this is Frank purposely writing something that isn’t true, but potentially getting the wrong Jamie Fraser. Jamie can’t be the only Jamie Fraser out there. After all, we know there are many in real history. It wouldn’t be uncommon for Frank and other historians to get the wrong Jamie from history.
Roger and Claire would need to explain to Jamie how this mistake could happen. Will Jamie believe them, though?
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I would love to see this chapter used, if only to get confirmation that Claire and Jamie haven’t had the talk of who Frank looks like before. However, it’s not all that necessary as a chapter. All we get is confirmation that Claire also thinksFrank has written the truth—as he would have to as a historian. Claire could confirm this at the same time as Roger to help condense the chapters and keep the storyline focused on the more important elements.
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