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==Juliet's Book==
 
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[[Image:3x01-Juliet-Carrie.png|left|thumb|150px|Juliet holding Stephen King's 'Carrie"]]In {{ep|3x01}}, [[Juliet]] hosts the meeting of the Book Club, which is discussing [[Stephen King]]'s [[Carrie (Book)|Carrie]].
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[[Image:3x01-Juliet-Carrie.png|left|thumb|150px|Juliet holding Stephen King's "Carrie"]]In {{ep|3x01}}, [[Juliet]] hosts the meeting of the Book Club, which is discussing [[Stephen King]]'s [[Carrie (Book)|Carrie]].
 
* [[Adam (Other)|Adam]] criticizes Juliet's reading selection, saying that [[Ben]] wouldn't even read it in the bathroom.
 
* [[Adam (Other)|Adam]] criticizes Juliet's reading selection, saying that [[Ben]] wouldn't even read it in the bathroom.
 
** In contrast, [[Ben]] previously intimated to Locke in {{ep|2x15}} that he likes [[Stephen King]], specifically preferring his books to those of [[The Brothers Karamazov|Dostoyevsky]]. This may have been a bit of ironic humor on Ben's part, since the Book Club had been reading a Stephen King novel immediately before witnessing the plane crash, and Ben was interrogated by the Survivors [[Maternity Leave|58 days later]].
 
** In contrast, [[Ben]] previously intimated to Locke in {{ep|2x15}} that he likes [[Stephen King]], specifically preferring his books to those of [[The Brothers Karamazov|Dostoyevsky]]. This may have been a bit of ironic humor on Ben's part, since the Book Club had been reading a Stephen King novel immediately before witnessing the plane crash, and Ben was interrogated by the Survivors [[Maternity Leave|58 days later]].

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BookClub

The Book Club

The Book Club is an informal group of Others who get together periodically to discuss a book that was selected by the meeting's host.

  • Members include: Juliet, Amelia and Adam, among others.
  • Ben didn't attend at least one meeting hosted by Juliet.

Juliet's Book

3x01-Juliet-Carrie

Juliet holding Stephen King's "Carrie"

In "A Tale of Two Cities", Juliet hosts the meeting of the Book Club, which is discussing Stephen King's Carrie.
  • Adam criticizes Juliet's reading selection, saying that Ben wouldn't even read it in the bathroom.
    • In contrast, Ben previously intimated to Locke in "Maternity Leave" that he likes Stephen King, specifically preferring his books to those of Dostoyevsky. This may have been a bit of ironic humor on Ben's part, since the Book Club had been reading a Stephen King novel immediately before witnessing the plane crash, and Ben was interrogated by the Survivors 58 days later.
  • Juliet tells Adam that it is her favorite book. Later, when the Others are drawn outside by the mid-air breakup of Oceanic Flight 815, she is still clutching the book.

Quotes

  • "So, I guess I'm out of the Book Club." ~ Ben to Juliet
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