Foreshadowing in the Outlander chapter
This chapter gives us a look at Roger finding his place. He has long wondered where his place is in battle when it comes to his role as minister, and now he has found it. He has a very important job for the men who are dying on the battlefield. I don’t really see much foreshadowing in the chapter. It’s focused on Roger’s character growth.
Adapting the Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone chapter
I want to see the Siege of Savannah take place, and I have a feeling that we will. We need to see Bree trapped inside as it goes on around her, and we need to see Roger find his place on the battlefield. It’s a great way of seeing two people who shouldn’t even be here based on when they were born and yet finding themselves in two places of the same siege.
This is important for Roger’s character. He wasn’t there for the Battle of Alamance due to Buck MacKenzie’s actions. Then he wasn’t there for other battles in the Revolutionary War because he was in the 1980s and in the 1730s. It’s time to see him figure out his place here.
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