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    The main protagonist of "Jurassic Park" is Dr. Alan Grant. All in all Dr. Grant is a fairly static character. Yes, he is portrayed as the hero of the story, but he doesn't have the overarching...

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    There are several "issues" in Jurassic Park. By issues I assume you mean conflicts, which are a form of literary plot device that depict a contradiction between the ideas or objectives of two or...

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    I think what you mean by "solution" to "Jurassic Park" is conclusion. In a nut shell, most everybody winds up dead. The only people that survive and that are actually listed and named in the...

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    Jurassic Park is arguably the most famous of Michael Crichton's novels, and it is a reflection of the authors expertise as well as his interests. Crichton started as an English major at Harvard but...

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    In his novel, Jurassic Park, Michael Crichton builds on themes developed earlier in H.G. Wells' Island of Dr. Moreau, in which human experiments with biology lead to catastrophic consequences. The...

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    As a subscribing member of eNotes, you are able to search any novel listed under the complete title list as found under the Literature section on the home page. Under each text, you can access a...

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    Because of the danger of the dinosaurs escaping the island and becoming a reemerging predator in the wild, the scientists integrated a fatal weakness in their DNA, as explained by Dr. Wu: "We...

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    When searching for fossils, it is important not to damage or break apart the fossilized bones while excavating. Sometimes it is difficult to know how to safely dig around the bones. In 1990, when...

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    What happens when we try to tamper with nature? In both stories, monsters are created by artificial means, and the consequences are not good, are they? No one in either story sets out to create a...

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    Cool question! First, they are both very ambitious characters. They both are scientists who hope to discover something that no one else has in order to make a name for themselves and carve out a...

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