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The first wife 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

It is not incidentally that Clear crosses stones of Craigh Na Dunn this time. It is to join the man of his life. To find this unequaled love lack of which threw a constant voile over last 20 years. Then, why is it so difficult? Why love seems not to be enough?

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Battle of Culloden

By Tim Larribau 

 

This abstract character whose evil shadow haunts the first three seasons of Outlander and has so much impact on Claire and Jamie's life and choices. 

The notion of 'home' evoked  in Outlander

By Delphine Robillard 

In English, the notion of 'home' is more subtle than in French: The building, the home, the family ... From Castle Leoch to Lallybroch through Jared's house and Jocasta's home to finally reach Fraser Ridge finally fulfills all the functions of the house dreamed by Claire and this from the very first scene of the first episode.
 

 

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Jamie inspired by Jesus ? 

By Tim Larribau 

 

Without any desire for proselytism but just in an attempt to better understand and explain: From arrest among the brigands in the hand pierced by a nail through the treachery of the notables ... the incredible similarities between the calvary of Jesus and Jamie Fraser's 

Focus on Wedding (1-07)

By Pas Cale 

 

Episode 7 of season 1 is, with that of reunion (A. Malcom, 3-06), the episode that allows to concretize the love that unites our two heroes, Claire Beauchamp and James Alexander Malcom MacKenzie Fraser. A brief overview of the themes. 

Of flesh and blood:

(season 1) 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

 

No more false modesty than exhibitionism in the work of Diana Gabaldon. Sex is an essential datum that is never described free of charge to attract the barge no more than it is ignored to spare the too prude souls. 

Freeze Frame:

Dragonfly in Amber 

By Pas Cale 

The eponymous title of volume 2 of the saga, episode 13 of season 2 is rich and complex; after many questions about the angle of attack, I chose to approach it by the theme of wandering. Decryption. 

The Battle Joined

Part. 3-01 

By Pas Cale 

 

 

Now one without the other, Claire and Jamie will have to lead their respective struggles in a deep and painful loneliness. But what fights is it? Decryption ... 

The body of Jamie
Par Pascale Dauguet

 

Focus on Jamie's body during the first season of outlander. In turn manhandled, sacrificed, treated, idealized, érotisé Jamie's body is a central element of the work of Diana Gabaldon and terrifically personified by the actor Sam Heughan.

Jamie's body
By Pas Cale

 

Focus on Jamie's body. Alternately abused, sacrificed, neat, magnified, erotic ... Jamie's body is a central element of Diana Gabaldon's work and incredibly personified by actor Sam Heughan.

The first wife 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

It is not incidentally that Clear

crosses stones of Craigh Na Dunn this time. It is to join the man of his life. To find this unequaled love lack of which threw a constant voile over last 20 years. Then, why is it so difficult? Why love seems not to be enough?

To life, to death
By Delphine RobillardAnd if we were talking about these duos of friends who accompany our main characters over the seasons? Angus and Rupert, Ross and Kincaid, Hayes and Lesley .. who are not just stooges, but on the contrary, symbolize the essential values ​​evoked in Outlander. Courage, honor and loyalty.

To life, to death
By Delphine Robillard

 


And if we were talking about these duos of friends who accompany our main characters over the seasons? Angus and Rupert, Ross and Kincaid, Hayes and Lesley .. who are not just stooges, but on the contrary, symbolize the essential values ​​evoked in Outlander. Courage, honor and loyalty.

Love at the heart of the battle
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud


If there is one constant that runs through Diana Gabaldon's work, it is the state of permanent war, whether in the 20th century, when we discover Claire, a war nurse, or in the 18th century during British rule. , soldiers are everywhere, like an eternal threat hanging over the population.

Love at the heart of the battle
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud


If there is one constant that runs through Diana Gabaldon's work, it is the state of permanent war, whether in the 20th century, when we discover Claire, a war nurse, or in the 18th century during British rule. , soldiers are everywhere, like an eternal threat hanging over the population.

Jamie's children
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud


When he meets Claire, Jamie is only 22 years old, but behind him a painful and traumatic past. His dream ? Start a family and live happily in Lallybroch.
But life has decided otherwise and will rob him again and again of this happiness of being the father that he wishes to be more than anything.

Jamie's children
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud


When he meets Claire, Jamie is only 22 years old, but behind him a painful and traumatic past. His dream ? Start a family and live happily in Lallybroch.
But life has decided otherwise and will rob him again and again of this happiness of being the father that he wishes to be more than anything.

Beautiful america
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Analysis on the first episode of season 4. How the series makes us pass Scotland to America. How do we prepare for the arrival of Bree and Roger. What will be the future of the Fraser. Focus on this episode rich in twists and turns.

Beautiful america
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Analysis on the first episode of season 4. How the series makes us pass Scotland to America. How do we prepare for the arrival of Bree and Roger. What will be the future of the Fraser. Focus on this episode rich in twists and turns.

River Run slaves
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Although in any case, this episode deserves a deep analysis, I really want, for this focus, to focus on the theme of slavery, and, in particular, on the way that everyone has to use it , to adapt to it, or to revolt.

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River Run slaves
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Although in any case, this episode deserves a deep analysis, I really want, for this focus, to focus on the theme of slavery, and, in particular, on the way that everyone has to use it , to adapt to it, or to revolt.

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River Run slaves
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Although in any case, this episode deserves a deep analysis, I really want, for this focus, to focus on the theme of slavery, and, in particular, on the way that everyone has to use it , to adapt to it, or to revolt.

River Run slaves
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

 

Although in any case, this episode deserves a deep analysis, I really want, for this focus, to focus on the theme of slavery, and, in particular, on the way that everyone has to use it , to adapt to it, or to revolt.