Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
I still don’t think this chapter foreshadows all that much. We get to see how Jamie and Claire are dealing with the fact that they know how the war is supposed to turn out but that doesn’t make anything safe. Sure, they know where the big battles are supposed to take place, but they don’t know all the exact details.
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
There are elements of this chapter that I could see used briefly in the TV series. The White Sow isn’t a big part of the show, so I doubt any of that will be mentioned. Instead, I think that we’ll see Jamie and Claire discuss Savannah. This is going to be important for viewers to see where the story is in the Revolutionary War timeline.
We need to see Jamie regret his decision to allow Bree to go. I think that Bree will bring Frank’s book back as it plays such an important part in Jamie’s development as he now sees who Frank is and he gets to read about what could happen to himself. This makes it easy to bring this conversation about Savannah.
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