Outlander fans ‘work out’ importance of forget-me-nots in Jamie Fraser’s ending


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On Reddit, user LiteraryPeach00 asked fans: “What do the forget-me-nots mean at the stones in the first book?

“I didn’t think anything of it until I read that Ron [Moore, screenwriter] asked [Diana] about changing them for the show and she said they were very important to the ending and to keep them in the show.”

It seems the flowers’ allusions to remembrance and forgetting will be an important theme to keep in mind heading into Outlander’s final chapters.

Whether the flowers will play an important role in the plot or simply provide some subtle foreshadowing, their inclusion has led viewers to believe one of the Frasers may eventually forget the other.


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