01 Aug 2009

Essays on Jurassic Park

Man’s fascination with restoring ancient creatures using genetic technology is a relatively recent development, yet has made its way into classical literature and sparking a series of movies.  Jurassic Park, written by Michael Crichton, explores not only the potential benefits of this idea, but also gives fair warning of what can go wrong, should we become arrogant in our efforts.

In Jurassic Park, strange three toed lizards are reported on the coast of Costa Rica after they attack a group of children.  A lab technician at Columbia University, believing that the carcass of lizards to be that of a dinosaur, sends a fax of the lizard’s skeleton to a well known paleontologist, Dr. Alan Grant.  Grant figures out that it is a dinosaur skeleton but before he can do any more research on the subject is sent an invite from a rich man named John Hammond.  Hammond wishes to open a park of dinosaurs and invites Dr. Grant and a few others including a mathematician Ian Malcom to come to the park to determine if the park is safe for visitors.

While on a tour of the park the electricity goes out, sabotaged by a park worker turning off the security system to steal dinosaur embryos for a competing company.  The thief is killed by escaped dinosaurs on his way to the boat to give another company the embryos.  This leaves rebooting the island’s computer system to the others, a task complicated by the escaped dinosaurs.

Grant, Malcom, Hammond’s grandchildren, and others are therefore stuck in front of the T-Rex cage with no electricity to the security fence.  They are attacked and Malcom is seriously injured.  They escape to the visitors lodge where they figure out they have to get the island running again.  Grant goes off to get the electricity turned back on while the kids are attacked but end up safe by trapping the attacking dinosaur in the freezer. The survivors escape but as they are waiting for release, Grant is told about giant lizards that were reportedly seen fleeing into the jungles of Costa Rica.

The dynamic variety of characters in Jurassic Park alone gives many opportunities for essays.  Not to mention possible essays on the differences between the original novel and the screenplay (movie).  This novel could also be useful as an essay source for genetic engineering classes and even ethics classes.

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