Lost Humanity

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Lost Humanity

Lost Humanity This is LOST as you ve never experienced it before Pearson Moore goes to the heart of LOST uncovering and explaining the fascinating core concepts Faith versus Science the Numbers the nature of goo

  • Title: Lost Humanity
  • Author: Pearson Moore
  • ISBN: 9781463548704
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is LOST as you ve never experienced it before Pearson Moore goes to the heart of LOST, uncovering and explaining the fascinating core concepts Faith versus Science, the Numbers, the nature of good and evil, and the struggle between free will and destiny He will lead you to ideas and conclusions you never imagined, opening the world of LOST in fresh and exciting wayThis is LOST as you ve never experienced it before Pearson Moore goes to the heart of LOST, uncovering and explaining the fascinating core concepts Faith versus Science, the Numbers, the nature of good and evil, and the struggle between free will and destiny He will lead you to ideas and conclusions you never imagined, opening the world of LOST in fresh and exciting ways.Whether you understood LOST or were completely baffled, whether you loved it or hated it, Moore will show you concepts and ways of thinking about LOST you will find nowhere else.Moore s innovative thoughts and vibrant prose will keep you engaged as he explores the Island and its characters He approaches LOST from four nonlinear points of view Disorientation, Metadrama, Literary Analysis, and Chaos Theory This is in depth analysis that never lets go, keeping you immersed in the LOST world from cover to cover.There s no filler here No interviews with stars about the cars they drive or the planes they fly No weird theories Just solid, thoroughly researched, rapid fire analysis from one of the most cited LOST authorities on the Internet You may feel exhausted after a chapter You may be shocked You may become upset But you will never be bored.This in depth exploration spans nineteen chapters across roughly 350 pages The first chapter sets up the problem, focussing on the complexities of LOST and identifying the means Moore will use to make the concepts accessible The second chapter defines the thesis of LOST, which acts as a guide to understanding the major themes Chapters Three through Nine cover major linear topics.The heart of the book begins with Chapter Ten It is here that Moore unleashes the four nonlinear tactical devices to reveal the hidden meanings of LOST He discusses the need for disorientation, and how this is essential to understanding LOST He proposes the idea that LOST is metadrama, and he explains how understanding LOST in this way is useful to unraveling its secrets He makes fresh use of literary theory, in ways never before applied to LOST Finally, Moore brings an astounding, completely new perspective on television analysis with his concept of the Strange Attractor, an idea borrowed from chaos theory It is here that Moore s analysis shines, allowing a depth of understanding never before achieved.For less than the cost of a cup of coffee, you can explore the stimulating world of LOST with an animated, engaging, thought provoking guide The Island awaits Prepare to get LOST.

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    1. Pauline Ross on said:

      The TV show 'Lost' was a global phenomenon, inspiring millions of viewers to spend endless hours analysing and speculating - what did it all mean? As the unanswered mysteries piled up, it became obvious that not everything would (or could) be answered satisfactorily, but everyone agreed that at least the major questions would be resolved, and spent the hiatus before the final season compiling lists of essential answers (some ran into the hundreds).That final season splintered the fanbase. Many p [...]

    2. Tanya on said:

      Here is the thing, Lost was never meant to answer all your questions. It was meant to pose them. So you could spend time after the show had finished to really explore it further. The book explains this extremely well and answers some of the key questions posed articulately. Of course this is the author's interpretation. You may wish to disagree or like me you may choose to believe. Once you understand that underlying philosophy of Lost you can answer all the questions yourself. Like a good book [...]

    3. Brooke on said:

      A must-read for hardcore LOST nerds. Very accessible, entertaining, and informative.

    4. Joshua Thompson on said:

      A pretty heady tome exploring in detail the themes of the show LOST. At times revelatory, at times questionable, but enjoyable for a true fan of the show. The only detractor is that it's a very philosophy-oriented read and several sections were/are slow to digest.

    5. Diane on said:

      I can't say that I always understand everything Pearson Moore has to say about this fascinating series, but I appreciate his insights and analysis. If you want more than just a surface analysis of LOST, Pearson Moore is the writer for you. His theories about the characters, the story and the Island resonated with me, and made me appreciate the series even more than I had before.

    6. J. Kahele on said:

      I was very interested in reading this book, only because I felt the need to see what it was all about. I found it interesting that one person could put so much thought into writing about a series that basically drove him crazy to the point of placing it on paper to share with everyone. Wow. Amazing.

    7. Oscar on said:

      A good review of the core themes of Lost. My favourite bit was the analysis of the relationships between the characters, and how these evolved over time. Also enjoyed the explanation of how Lost differs from the normal Campbellian Monomyth.

    8. Daniel Anaya on said:

      Deep analysis If what you are looking for is a deep dive into the mythology and themes of this fantastic show then look no further than this great piece from probably the biggest fan of the series.

    9. Jane Petermeier on said:

      Definitely a must read for LOST fans who are feeling a void after the series ended! If you didn't watch LOST, don't bother, for you will be (LOST that is!)

    10. Judy on said:

      Interesting read on the interconnections between the characters, and the influence of the Island on their lives. But several chapters got sooooo science-driven that it completely "lost" me.

    11. Steve Bryson on said:

      Very insightful & compelling. If you're a LOSTEE, a great read.

    12. Donna on said:

      Interesting read, pointed out things I completely missed when watching the TV show. Interesting interpretations of different part, but more non-LOST discussion than I was hoping for.

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