Outlander - Part 3, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Diana Gabaldon
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Part 3, Chapter 18 Summary

Claire questions Dougal and Jamie regarding the outcome of their visit to Randall. Dougal says that Randall is not pleased that he cannot question Claire at Fort William. Dougal does not think he will pursue it further.

They travel a few more days, then make camp. It has been a while since they had a hot meal. The cook is preparing a freshly killed deer on the fire. Claire tries to help, but is refused. They all eat, sing songs and tell stories around the fire. Claire notices that Murtagh has a nice voice. Rupert tells several stories. One story is about waterhorses, that inhabit bodies of water. They come out in the shape of a horse, yet once mounted they turn into a fish and carry the rider to the depths of the water.

As Rupert tells his story, Jamie stiffens. Claire wonders what...

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