Outlander is a fabulous book. The setting in one of these clips is just as I imagined it at Rose Hall.
“…fate and metaphysical aid doth seem to have thee crown’d.” —William Shakespeare MacBeth
This week’s installment of the adventures of Jamie and Claire Fraser was a fantastical story told in lush colors, exotic climes, and preternatural coincidence. As much as I lamented the improbable story told in “Uncharted”, I rejoiced in this week’s improbable events and coincidences because there was a substantial metaphysical theme, a thread of supernatural commonality that held the whole thing together and kept me wondering what new surprise fate had in store. Outlander does not often focus on its fantasy aspects. The standing stones and Claire’s ability to time travel have almost always been in the background. This week in “The Bakra”, the show wisely decides it is time to deal with its fantasy roots. Claire told us in “To Ransom a Man’s Soul” that the only way she could make sense of all that had…
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