By Carolyn Garcin 

Full color analyzes of Jamie's various feelings towards Claire.
Between Possession, allegiance, consent and protection, Carolyn Garcin dissects for our greatest pleasure, volume after volume, chapter after chapter the attitudes and feelings of the one that the scriptwriting team who brought the saga to the screen used to name: the king of men. 

Jamie Fraser, between possession and allegiance, 

consent and  protection 

Reader Analyzes 

The Gathering
By Marianne Hatzfeld 


A little tour of horison of the 227 pages of the fifth volume, narrating the great Scottish gathering.   

Jamie Fraser and the Sidhes,  

the Elders and the Celtic Gods 

Jamie and John
By Marianne Hatzfeld 

The relationship of friendship that binds the two men is built over the years and events. Passionate! 

Reflections on Young Ian
By Marie Modica 

From Lallybroch to the Mohawk tribe, the tribulations of young Ian Murray 

By Marylou Proft 


What builds the relationship between Claire and Jamie, from the very beginning.   

Roger and Jamie - A Historian's Perspective
By Margaret Arlen  

Love Jamie through Claire's eyes, and more, through Roger. 

Malva Christie
By Lorenza Van Acker   


Who is really the one who is tipping  the balance of Fraser's Ridge?   

The bear
by Gratianne Garcia 


As soon as they arrive in North Carolina, the settlers are confronted with the constant presence of the bear, this powerful predator that Jamie bravely confronts in front of the admiring eye of the Indians.  

Why Outlander is more explicit in English 

Fanny Houle, Canadian translator, explains why the French version is watered down or even truncated. 

A reader's trauma 


A reader's confession after Claire's rape in the volume: Snow and Ashes, and Diana Gabaldon's response 

The badger in the Outlander saga 


Gratianne Garcia draws up a non-exhaustive list of moments where this small mammal is mentioned in the saga. As such, but also as expressions or symbols. 

Time travelers in the Outlander saga  

By Gratianne Garcia  


Master Raymond is the key to this story, it’s one of my convictions! He is cited by all Travelers in all volumes 

To be continued... 

The Death of Black Jack Randall
By Marianne Hatzfeld 


In small touches from volumes 3 to volume 9, Marianne highlights Jamie's confidences on his limited memories of BJR's death and always this obsessive question: Was it he who killed him?