The Lost World🌋🦕

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The Lost World🌋🦕 by Mind Map: The Lost World🌋🦕

1. Setting🗺

1.1. Social background👥

1.1.1. Modern society

1.2. Time📅

1.2.1. It all started in 1912

2. Location📍

2.1. South America and London

3. Plot📜

3.1. Beginning

3.1.1. Edward Malone asks his editor for a dangerous assignement to impress Gladys, the woman he loves. His task is to speak to the Professor Challenger, who dislikes the assaults intrusive journalist. Malone decided to talk to Professor Challenger as a student. Finally, they meet and Challenger discovered that Malone isn't a scientist student and he actually was a journalist. Challenger, eventually, revels he has discovered living dinosaurs in South America.🦕

3.2. Proceeding

3.2.1. Malone goes with Professor Challenger to a zoology conference where they talk to Maple White who says he is crazy. To prove the contrary, Challenger decides to go and prove it to other zoologists so that they can verify it. When they arrive, an Indian named Zamba accompanies them as a guide. On their expedition they reach a point where they have to cross a cliff where there is no bridge. What they didn't know is that on the other side there were dinosaurs and monkey men who kidnapped the son of the Indian king, whom they save.🏃🏻🐒

3.3. Resolution

3.3.1. The monkey men get angry when the prisoner is robbed and wage a fight against them. The protagonists emerge victorious with the help of the Acana tribe. In gratitude, Motosawi helps them to get out of the place and return London. When they arrive they go to a zoological fair where they show a therodaptyl that was in his rucksack and the therodaptyl escapes. They also realise that some stones they had picked up were diamonds. Malone goes to talk to Gladys to explain the adventure, but sees her with an accountant.

4. Characters🎭

4.1. Main characters🥇

4.1.1. Edward Malone🕵🏻‍♂️ He is an intelligent young man. He has got brown eyes and brown hair. He is in love with Gladys and wants to surprise her by starting to live new adventures and experiences so that she agrees to marry him.

4.1.2. Professor Challenger👨🏽‍🏫 He is a famous scientist and zoologist. He is very intelligent but, he is also a little crazy. He is a man who likes adventures and claims to have seen dinosaurs when he went on a trip to South America. He tries to convince people but they think he is lying. And he too he hates journalists. He had a big head with brown hair, thick eyebrowns and a brown beard. He looked very strong.

4.1.3. Lord Roxton👨🏻‍🏫 Lord John Roxton was 40 years old. He dressed elengantly and was very different from Sumerlee. He believed in his journey and was excited about ir. He loved South America.

4.1.4. Professor Sumerlee👨🏼‍🏫 He is 66 years old, but he was healthy and strong. He was a serious man and he loves science. He was always in the forest, studying the animals and plants. He was very spectical about our trip because he didn't believe Professor Challenger's story.

4.2. Other characters🥈

4.2.1. Gladys👩🏽 She's not in love with Edward Malone, she wants to marry with a man of adventure, a famous man- a great hero. Finally she's married with William Potts

4.2.2. Motosawi🧝🏽

4.2.3. Mr Maple White

4.2.4. Gladys's boyfriend👩‍❤️‍👨 He is Gladys's husband

4.2.5. Professor Waldron👨🏽‍🏫 He is a professor who explains the theory of evolution in the conference of zoological institute

4.2.6. Zamba He is a native who was paid to accompany them during their journey and helped them

4.2.7. Mr McArdle

4.2.8. Police Man👮🏽‍♂️ He intervenes in the fight of Professor Challenger and Edward

5. Theme🌏

5.1. The Lost World is a science fiction novel by British writer Arthur Conan Doyle, published in 1912, concerning an expedition to a plateau in the Amazon basin of South America where prehistoric animals still survive.🦖

6. Author👤

6.1. Arthur Conan Doyle

6.1.1. Importants works🧑🏽‍💻 Doctor👨🏽‍⚕️ Novelist✍🏽

6.1.2. Timeline📃 He was born on 22 May of 1859, in Edimburg. He studied medicine and wrote adventure histories. He died on 7 July of 1930, in Crowborough.