Rebellion - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

Fourteen months after raising his standard in Scotland, Prince Charles lands on the Isle of Skye disguised as a maid. He and Brigham meet, but he does not ask Brigham to go to France with him. Brigham repeats Ian MacGregor's declaration that the war would not be for naught, as he looks at his new little son. They feel Daniel will come back to Scotland or his children will.

Brigham reminds Parkins to address him as Mr. Langston now, and Parkins again calls him "my lord." Taking Malcolm, Parkins and Mrs. Drummond with them, and leaving Fiona, Coll and Maggie, the Langstons leave for "home."

Epilogue Analysis

The event in this story that comes the most unexpectedly is the Langstons' decision to go to the New World and take young Malcolm with them. The characters are still young enough to have an adventurous spirit, and the change...

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