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Once or twice upon a time: Temporal simultaneity and the Lost phenomenon

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Welles was not only able to show that Kane's life was a veritable jigsaw puzzle, and that no single version of a story is complete, but also that time can be represented in many ways in the unique medium of the cinema.'

Keywords: Lost; modernity; perceptions of temporality; postmodernity; simultaneity; the Internet; the digital age; tv

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Tisch School at New York University.

Publication date: April 1, 2006

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