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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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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.

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?

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. 

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. 

The cross of fire
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

 

The first episode of a season is like the cover of a book, which catches the eye, makes you want to grab it, leaf through it, and then delve into it. 

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. 

The Parisian sacrifice

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

 

  

Between conspiracies and manipulation in a foreign country, far from everything that had brought them together, Claire and Jamie must still and always sacrifice themselves in the name of past history to come. The first part of the second season, like a painful but necessary joint before Culloden's curse. 

The time of worship

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

 

  

Where we learn that Claire knows more than God about the passage of time. 

The cross of fire
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

 

From the shy child, raised by the Reverend Wakefield to the death of his parents, to the captain under the orders of Jamie Fraser at the approach of the American revolution of the 18th century, there is much to say about the evolution of the character . 

Roger
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 

  

From the shy child, raised by the Reverend Wakefield to the death of his parents, to the captain under the orders of Jamie Fraser at the approach of the American revolution of the 18th century, there is much to say about the evolution of the character