Jurassic Park 3 Essay

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Jurassic Park: the Lost World Characters There are many characters in this book. Only one of these characters is from the origional. He is Ian Malcom. There are many people, though who take the place of the previos book's characters. There are Kelly and Arby instead of Timmy and his sister for example. There are many main and minor characters in this novel which are all very important to the story line. Ian Malcom is one of the main characters in the novel. The book starts with him giving a lecture Berkley University. He talks about Chaos Theory and how it implies to the extiction of animals. He is a Mathematition who specializes in Chaos Theory. He searches for the elleged "Site B" of Jurassic Park. He is probably the most important of the main characters. Richard Levine plays a important role in this novel. In the begining of the novel he is at Malcom's lecture. Your first impression of Levine is that he is rude and intrusive. He inturrupted Malcom in the middle of his lecture. Later in the story he helps out Malcom in his search for "Site B." Levine's character provides some very interesting views on the mission to "Site B." Sarah Harding is a field researcher in the African Plains. She specializes in the behavior of hyenas. She knew Malcom from personnal affairs. After his near death expierience on Jurassic Park they were close but after a while they became friends again. She is asked to acompany Malcom and levine on the exploration of "Site B." Kelly and Arby are students at the school at which Levine tutered. Levine did not choose to...

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