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Outlander - Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Diana Gabaldon
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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

Servants abound. There is a catered meal for 40-50 people. Claire is led into the dining area by a boy named Alec and is introduced to MacKenzie's wife, Letitia, and his son, Hamish. Dougal sits beside his two daughters, Margaret and Eleanor. After the serving of the food, Claire proceeds to eat and Hamish pipes in with, "Ye've not said grace yet." Claire is embarrassed and asks Hamish to say grace, which he does.

Claire notices that Jamie is not at the dinner table and asks his whereabouts. MacKenzie says he was sent to help at the horse stables. She eats her dinner then excuses herself, as she is tired. Mrs. Fitz wakes her next morning with a new dress and an assortment of toiletries (orrisroot, rice powder and a cup of French rouge). She is to attend "Hall." Claire does...

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