Thursday, May 27, 2010

Just a Brief Note about LOST

 When Lost first began, I was a fan. It was a captivating concept. The literary motifs intrigued me. I watched until the scriptwriters incorporated illicit affairs among some of the characters. In other words, I didn't watch it for long, though I continued to maintain a distant interest in the general storyline.

Dystel & Goderich Literary Management cites an interesting article on today's blog. Please follow this link to the article:
'Lost' Reading List: the show's creators discuss literary influences from Stephen King to Flannery O'Connor

I noted motifs from classical literature such as Homer's The Odyssey and the Holy Bible, as well.

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