• Jurassic Park 3 Main Characters
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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 previous 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 le...
  • Costa Rica Malcom World Island
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    Personal Response # 1 After reading the first half of The Lost World I discovered I really enjoyed reading this novel. This surprised me because I was never interested in the movie version of this book. The characters were well developed having different view points and a wide variety of emotions. The characters showed many different motives for their actions, working towards sometimes conflicting goals. The author depicts a detailed setting in the present time period. The plot so far is excitin...
  • Nation Of Islam Malcom Blacks Rights
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    Malcom X By: Sebastian Wong All men are created equal. This statement was the basis of the civil right movements of the 1960's. Malcom X is a man that promoted a society in which all human beings were equally respected. He believes that blacks should achieve that goal by any means necessary. In a time when blacks were not allowed to sit in the front of the bus, using the same bathroom, or were not admitted to Universities. Malcom X's cry of justice was believed to be the voice of all blacks beh...
  • Ian Malcom Island Crichton Levine
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    Michael Crichton's novel, The Lost World began with the exposition of a character who is infamous to Crichton's work, Ian Malcom. The entire introduction and prologue is about Malcom and his scientific views and theories. In a section of the book called 'Hypothesis'; , Malcom discusses a theory of 'lost worlds'; - areas in which extinct beings may live, with Richard Levine, a man who's ideas were totally different from Malcom. Levine and Malcom discuss a possible journey to an island that is sus...
  • Luther King Malcom Dream Martin
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    Malcom X/Martin Luther King Jr. During the past century America has faced many problems in society. But one problem that is here and continues to grow is racism. It has made a big impact on Americans and our country. Two main black leaders that evolved because of racism were Martin Luther King and Malcom X. Although these men shared some similarities, they also had a lot of differences some of the similarities is that they both had a dream, but they never lived to see it fulfilled. One was a ma...
  • Jurassic Park Malcom Nedry Computer
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    Jurassic Park is a book about the cloning of dinosaurs and they are used as the park entertainment on an island. In this park where dinosaurs are the attraction, not every thing will go as planed. Reading this book will teach someone how Michael Crichton feels about biological science and the cloning of extinct animals. There are things that caused the park to be unsuccessful. Dr. Malcom and Dennis Nedry where two of the parks problems, and the other was the nature of the animals. Dr. Malcom us...
  • Family Malcom White Mother Lansing
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    Malcom X was a man known widely for his strong beliefs. His willingness to accept the preaching of Elijah Muhammad and serve him loyalty, was due to his past experiences with the white man. Starting off as a boy in Lansing, next moving to Boston, then living in Harlem, his experiences with various white people shaped his belief system. Towards the end of his life, his interaction with group of very different white people on his pilgrimage brought about a change in his beliefs While Malcom X was ...
  • Malcom Stine One Man
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    Malcom X, born Malcom Little, embodied the heart and soul of African people, not only in America but also all around the world. He articulated the hurt and pain they suffered during that trying time. Malcom proved that your life doesn t have to start out perfect to become a good man. He proved that one should not judge another by the color of his skin but by his character. Malcom s earliest memory came when he was four years old. He was awakened the middle of the night because his house had cau...
  • Malcom X And Martin Luther King Compared And Contrasted
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    Introduction Martin Luther king and Malcolm X were two of the 21 st century's most interesting black leaders and advocates of the emancipation of the American Negro. They were contemporaries but held very different views with regard to how the Afro-American should achieve equality. The key differences to their approach to these challenges lies in their history. Background King was born into a strong middle class family with traditional Christian beliefs. His mother was a school teacher and his f...
  • Comparison Of Martin Luther King Jr And Malcom X
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    They were black men who had a dream, but never lived to see it fulfilled. One was a man who spoke out to all humanity, but the world was not yet ready for his peaceful words. "I have a dream, a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed... that all men are created equal." (Martin Luther King) The other, a man who spoke of a violent revolution, which would bring about radical change for the black race. "Anything you can think of that you want to change...
  • Fair Is Foul Macbeth
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    The quote from the three witches, "Fair is foul and foul is fair," echoes throughout the story, and is the backbone of the many 'switches' that occur between and amongst the characters and their positions. Macbeth's opening line reinforces this theme with, "So foul and fair a day I have not yet seen." He describes the day as foul after having to brutally slay so many men. The day is fair because of his absolute triumph and assured rewards. This, as with many things in the play, see-saws back and...