Explain the rhetorical effects of the symbolisms in LOST.
I don’t know what the question is asking but this is my response:
The road to redemption from transgression is a long one. Sin is where we our souls are lost, but redemptions takes our souls out of darkness into the light to be found again. Just like the song “Amazing Grace”. Most of us need to be broken down and made maliable to be able to molded into our true potential. Like steel in a furnance a blacksmith can shape steel to what ever shape he needs but it needs to be maliable enough to do that. Through circumstances unknown we all go through trials whether they are contributed to our choices or transgressions, it all points us into the direction we need to be placed to find our direction in life. All the characters have been broken down, Locke had been a broken man before he even got the to island, some meant going off the island to be broken down, and Sawyer and Juliet experienced that feeling in the the season 5 finale. As they submit to destiny’s will they will be able to find their true potential and find whatever purpose life has install for them.