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The Return of Dostoevsky: Episode 6.12

By Sarah Clarke Stuart,

  Filed under: Lost
  Comments: 2

“Leave us to ourselves, without our books, and at once we get into a muddle and lose our way–we don’t know whose side to be on or where to give our allegiance, what to love and what to hate, what to respect and what to despise. We even find it difficult to be human beings with real flesh and blood of our own…” –Notes From the Underground

Curious about the Russian novel featured in “Everybody Loves Hugo”? Click here for a brief explanation of the book of the week and its message for the Lost universe.

In this posting I have also included some notable dialogue and the lyrics to “The Rowing Song,” a spooky tune from the 1971 film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and the background music for the promo of next week’s episode.

  • Silas

    While recaps from the likes of Fishbiscuit have been lacking lately, your analysis was refreshing and informative. Thank you.

    • Sarah Clarke Stuart

      Thanks, Silas!