I learned about surface charge feedback theory in electrical circuits a few months ago and it has been extremely helpful for me to intuitively understand many concepts in electrical circuit analysis including conservative and non-conservative fields. I initially referred the paper written by Chabay and Sherwood and later, their famous book "Matter and Interactions" along with some helpful videos on youtube. Here I've attached an image(screenshot) from the book's pdf. As far as surface charges are concerned, I don't understand how the field reaches the light bulb since there are two "breaks" in the circuit. How do the surface charges arrange themselves in order to get the field past the two dielectric barriers and reach the bulb? I can imagine the scenario in case of single capacitor since both of its plates are connected to the source terminals. What happens when there are multiple capacitors is series? Please help me understand this intuitively.