The Mythology of Lost [NOOK Book]

Overview

Lost? Greatest TV series ever!

Were you mesmerized by Lost, yet stuck with the feeling this fascinating series left a jungle-full of tantalizing questions unresolved?

That's not true!

Did the island have special powers? Why really did ...
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The Mythology of Lost

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Overview

Lost? Greatest TV series ever!

Were you mesmerized by Lost, yet stuck with the feeling this fascinating series left a jungle-full of tantalizing questions unresolved?

That's not true!

Did the island have special powers? Why really did the Others kidnap Walt? How did Desmond know Charlie was going to die? How exactly did time travel work? What was really up with the numbers? ...

There are DEFINITIVE answers to these questions and many more. But so many analyses of Lost are needlessly complicated and get so, er, lost, because they try to follow a million sparkly threads in every direction.

Want to deepen your love?

To see the answers to Lost's most provocative questions plainly, right before your eyes, all you need to do is to understand Lost as a myth. And that means understanding the simple mythic metaphor on which its built!

Lost IS the best TV series ever.

The Mythology of Lost will provide you with a vibrant new perspective on this captivating drama. Along the way, it will answer the irksome questions still on your mind, and leave you with a new appreciation of Lost as a commanding modern myth.

Love affairs like Lost don't come along often. Don't miss this chance to renew yours!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014099172
  • Publisher: Precedent Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 98 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Cryan, an avid student of mythology, lives in Southport, CT with his wonderful wife and three fantastic kids.

A long-time systems architect and developer, Cryan views the world in terms of the systems and structures that make it tick. That's how he came to see the mythic architecture of Lost and became enamored with its power and elegance.
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