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Outlander Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 19 Summary

Diana Gabaldon
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Part 3, Chapter 19 Summary

The next night they camp near the Loch. Claire washes her face and hands in the water before supper. As she stands by the water's edge she witnesses a great monster come out of the Loch. She describes its beauty and feels connected to it in some way. The monster is somehow "out of its time", just like her. Once the monster recedes back into the Lock, she notices that Peter was watching the whole thing. He is one of the men they are traveling with. She approaches him and he drops to his knees in front of her. She hasn't a clue what he is doing, but rescues the bucket from his hands and fills it with water. They return to camp, eat dinner and go to sleep.

Part 3, Chapter 19 Analysis

Claire's realization of the superstitions of these men becomes very clear...

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