A few nights ago Entertainment Weekly threw a party for their Lost-centric issue. Whilst there I encountered the mild-mannered Damon Lindelof, Lost’s co-creator, enjoying a cocktail, a well-deserved post-series rest and not bothering anyone. [Just to clarify, this is he —> ]
Sadly for him, however, he soon found himself Ethanized. I somehow found an excuse — I swear, it seemed perfectly reasonable at the time (I think) — to inflict upon him an impassioned and (probably) dramatized introduction to John Keats‘ theory of negative capability, of which I have been immoderately fond since I was a wee college lad.
By the way, if you find me blogging about tweeting ever again, please Ethanize me, I beg you.Tags: Big Ideas, High Literature, Lost
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