Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
This chapter is very much offering some plot with the way that Bree worries about Roger. The only bit of foreshadowing I can see is in the comment about hurricanes. Diana Gabaldon uses the weather a lot in her way of foreshadowing events, so I’m sure this was foreshadowing the turbulent time to come.
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I would love to see the Siege of Savannah shown through the eyes of Bree and Roger. I want to see what it was like for people living in these towns to have the fighting going on around them. It’s not something Outlander has really had the chance to show us.
There would be time for it. It only needs to take an episode, and it could be timed with when Ian and the Murrays head north. This is an important part of history, and it does connect to Claire and Jamie and the rest of the book as Bree and Roger are also out getting guns for the Ridge. So, I could see it being written in some how, even if it’s not the full effect.
But, I would love to see Lord John Grey and Bree discuss the war. We’ve seen John upset that Jamie is on what he views as the wrong side of history, and I’d love to see him have that conversation with Bree.
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