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Getting 'Lost'

Show pursues TV's most elusive genre -- mythology. Or maybe that's not it all.

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / October 27, 2004

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On "Lost," 46 plane-crash survivors are stuck on a remote Pacific island. Or at least they might be survivors; they might also be souls in purgatory, hovering between heaven and hell, defending their lives on the sands of judgment. Or at least they might be on a sandy island; they might also be inside a "Truman Show" --like zoo, or ... (Full article: 1319 words)

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