Episode 121: For keeps

In this episode, we continue our Dragonfly in Amber read-along with Chapter 33 “Thy Brother’s Keeper.” (Spoiler warning: Announcements segment include discussion of spoilers from Dragonfly in Amber.)

Correction: The Gilbert and Sullivan lyrics “well, hardly ever” actually come from H.M.S. Pinafore’s “I am the Captain of the Pinafore.”

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2 Responses to Episode 121: For keeps

  1. Laura H says:

    Perhaps the other reason Claire is NOT envious of Jenny’so fecundity is Claire realizes she CAN have children in spite of (stillborn) Faith.

    In Claire’s previous encounter with Jenny (the last time she was at Lallybroch), Claire was uncertain she could even get pregnant.

    Now Claire believes/thinks:
    If it happened once, it can happen again.

    Also, with the ‘turning inward’ exercise, Claire has determined there isn’t any physical reason she couldn’t get pregnant again; she just needs Jamie.

    Don’t we all!!!

    Laura_in_Laurel (Twitter)

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