Rose and Bernard?

I don’t know if I just missed something or what, but I dont ever remember seeing what happend to Rose and Bernard or the rest of the 815 survivors. I think the last thing I remember is when they got shot at with the burning arrows. Does anyone know or have they not showed us yet?

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  1. that question has been asked and no you didnt miss anything…they havent been seen since then. Theory is they are the bones in the cave that jack found in house of the rising sun i beleive…the bones of “Adam and eve”

  2. I figured that the question was asked before but I never came across it. Its just bugging me. i’ll be really upset if they dont ever tell there side of the story. But that’s usually how they do it so it’ll probably be next season i’m thinking.

  3. i think rosey and bernie are more important that the makers are making out.i think maybe their keeping em on the back burner,keeping a low profile

  4. I happened upon a name of a book called The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eko. It refers to a rose having no meaning because it has been given so many meanings. Coincidentally (?), the last line is the following:

    “Stat rosa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus” translates literally as “Yesterday’s rose endures in its name, we hold empty names”.

    The general sense, as Eco pointed out, was that from the beauty of the past, now disappeared, we hold only the name.

    This quote has also been translated as “Yesterday’s Rome stands only in name, we hold only empty names”.This line is a verse by twelfth century monk Bernard of Cluny (also known as Bernard of Morlaix).

    Interesting stuff, eh?

  5. mojo, I saw the movie In The Name of The Rose, with Sean Connery and Christian Slater. I loved the movie, and thought it was a great mystery.

    What I didn’t know at the time, that it was adapted from Umberto Eco’s novel.

  6. I never saw the movie, so not sure if it is actually an adaptation of Eco’s book. I’ll have to check it out … AES/Dabsi, I just happened upon a conversation you had as well about another book by Eco. h mmmmm m m m…

  7. i like the idea that rose and bernard are the adam and eve in caves, they get seperated from the group go and wait at the caves and eventully die waiting for help but then i thought wouldnt sawyer keep checking the caves incase jack and co turned up

  8. highbrow, I think somebody has a crush on you! Oh, baby!

    mojo, the story in the movie, is the same as the book. Not having read the book, I am sure the movie isn’t as detailed, which is usually the case.

    Yes, AES & I have had some discussions about Umberto Eco previously. He is a fan of his work!

  9. i was kidding. everytime i step on a skateboard i fall pretty quickly. also no step brother. and im over existential crises. they just aren’t fun enough to have more than a couple times

  10. mojo, this is from Wikipedia. The movie was adapted from the book!

    “The Name of the Rose was made into a film in 1986, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and starring Sean Connery as William of Baskerville and Christian Slater as Adso”.

  11. Brian was only 15 so when his brother died his only options were either to assume his brothers life or go all emo and just wait for the black parade to take him away from the horror story that was his life. It’s already rated PG-13. I’m sure it would have been rated R if he had been cutting himself.

  12. lol, dabs! I was following eko’s and HB’s conversation re: Gleaming the Cube. I take it the movie you saw was definitely not about skateboarding, revenge, and a dead brother.

  13. Mojo…”The Island of Yesterday”….by Eco, is in my opinion, another reference NOT used in my opinion by the writers…but read up on it…or just read it, you will enjoy. (A great book to just read and relate to Lost…If you read up on it, you will spoil a very good ending)

  14. Thanks AES! I will have to check that out … I loved this book, so that one seems to be a treat. I am also going to read Eco’s other book that just may be referenced in Lost in a big way.

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