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Outlander Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 21 Summary

Diana Gabaldon
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Part 3, Chapter 21 Summary

Claire sits at a table waiting for the Captain to come into the room she was in. He enters, pulls a chair up next to Claire and sits down. He offers her a drink and congratulates her on her marriage. He wonders aloud why she is alone. He comments on the way the clansmen take bad care of their women, then comes to the realization that maybe she escaped. Claire doesn't know what to say. Randall continues talking, saying that Claire must be a spy working for the French if she escaped the MacKenzie's. He asks her. She replies that since he was doing so well on his own, he should continue talking. He is irritated. She finally questions his tactics. She asks if he was trying a new ploy by giving her drinks until she needed to use the chamber pot, then allowing her...

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