New fan of Outlander with a couple of questions...
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1.) What exactly did Claire do to rouse Jamie from the depths of death at the monastery? If this is further explained in book two, please say so without divulging details - if not - your interpretation is appreciated. I was under the impression that Claire helped Jamie relive the traumatic experience in a way that would enable him to gain the upper hand, rather than be the victim. If I am missing something that is not explained later, feel free to fill in the missing pieces for me. :)
2.) Something in Book one keeps nagging me: the night before Claire was swept back in time, Frank saw a Scottish man wearing a unique brooch peering up at her outside her bedroom window. Is this an important detail (I hope) that is referenced in a later book...if so, don't divulge. I was just curious b/c this incident was left unanswered.
Thanks. I suppose these are my only questions - at least for now. I don't know why I only recently heard about Diana Gabaldon! Outlander is phenomenal and I can't wait to sink my teeth into the rest of the books in this series!
I think we all have an idea of the ghost that Frank saw. I know I do.
I have read all of the series that's been published thus far, and assumed that since Jamie can't time travel now, he never will.
I always assumed that was his ghost, and that he looked "unhappy" (Frank's word) because all he could do was look up at her window. But he says more than once in the series that he will always love her, even after he's dead, so again, I figured he would ultimately be buried at or near Lallybroch and his spirit would be restless come Claire's time.
It breaks my heart every time I think of that scene.