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The Exile: An Outlander Graphic Novel
Transcript of The Exile: An Outlander Graphic Novel
Time- Mid-18th century
Claire Beauchamp Randall
James Alexander Malcolm (Jamie)
Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser Plot Conflict External Conflicts- Claire served as a nurse in World War II. After an encounter with a stone circle, she finds herself transported through time to the Scottish Highlands.
A loyal member of the Clan MacKenzie/Fraser. He has sworn to protect Jamie since he was an infant. After too long an absence, Jamie Fraser is coming home to Scotland—but not without great trepidation. And then there is Claire Randall—mysterious, beautiful, and strong-willed, who appears in Jamie’s life to stir his compassion . . . and arouse his desire. But even as Jamie’s heart draws him to Claire, Murtagh is certain she’s been sent by the Old Ones, and Captain Randall accuses her of being a spy. Claire clearly has something to hide, though Jamie can’t believe she could pose him any danger. Jamie is a pawn in the power struggle between his uncles: aging chieftain Colum, who demands his nephew’s loyalty—or his life—and Dougal, war chieftain of Clan MacKenzie, who’d sooner see Jamie put to the sword than anointed Colum’s heir. Rising Action Climax Resolution Falling Action Claire is torn between two choices—a life with him, and whatever it is that draws her thoughts so often elsewhere. Characters There is no symbolism in the story because there is no deeper or hidden definition to the story. This story is not an allegory because it doesn't have a representation of an abstract or spiritual that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one. Narrator and Voice Diana Gabaldon’s brilliant storytelling has captivated millions of readers in her bestselling and award-winning Outlander saga. Now, in her first-ever graphic novel, Gabaldon gives readers a fresh look at the events of the original Outlander: Jamie Fraser’s side of the story, gorgeously rendered by artist Hoang Nguyen. Narrator The voice of the story is very mysterious because it seems as if the author knows something that the reader doesn't. Voice Voice Narrator Allegory Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Histor ical Diagram Claire Beauchamp Randall: A 20th century Englishwoman. The story's protagonist, Claire served as a nurse in World War II. After an encounter with a stone circle, she finds herself transported through time to the Scottish Highlands in the mid-18th century. James Fraser(Jamie): A young Scot from the mid-18th century, also known as "Jamie." Murtagh Fraser: A loyal member of the Clan MacKenzie/Fraser. He has sworn to protect Jamie since he was an infant. Symbolism There is irony in the story. There is no Situational or dramatic irony in the story, but there is Verbal irony. Verbal irony occurred when Jamie said, " You want this marriage consummated, wi' nay doubts - or we're all in trouble." Irony POV: Third Person Prezi By
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