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The Lost Wold by Mind Map: The Lost Wold

1. Character

1.1. Professor Challenger

1.1.1. Zoologist

1.2. Lord John Roxton

1.2.1. Adventurer and sportsman, as well as a hunter of exotic species. He also fought slavers in the Amazon

1.3. Eduard Malone

1.3.1. London Journal reporter

1.4. Prof. Summerlee

1.4.1. Scientist

1.5. Zambo

1.5.1. Faithful servant of the adventurers during the expedition. He killed Manuel

1.6. McArdle

1.6.1. London Journal editor

1.7. Gladys Hungerton

1.7.1. Friend of Malone, who urged him to go on an adventure to win her love

1.8. Gomez

1.8.1. South American mestizo guide and brother of a slave trader killed by Roxton

1.9. Manuel

1.9.1. Another South American mestizo guide

2. Auhtor

2.1. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

2.1.1. His most important works were: - Sherlock Holmes stories A Study in Scarlet (A Study in Scarlet, novel, 1887). - The sign of the four (The Sign of Four, novel, 1890). - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1891–92). - The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 1892–93). - The Hound of the Baskervilles (The Hound of the Baskervilles, novel, 1901–02). - The solitary cyclist (The Solitary Cyclist, novel, 1903). - The Return of Sherlock Holmes (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 1903–04). - The Valley of Terror (The Valley of Fear, novel, 1914–15). -His last bow on stage (His Last Bow, 1908–17). - The Sherlock Holmes case book (The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes, 1924–26).

3. Theme

3.1. It is about an expedition to a South American plateau (based on Mount Roraima in the Venezuelan Amazon jungle) where prehistoric animals still survive. It was published in 1912 and introduced the well-known character of Professor Challenger. For a fictional account set in ancient times, the episode dealing with dinosaurs is surprisingly short: many more pages are devoted to a battle between a tribe of prehistoric men and a group of violent early hominids.

4. Setting

4.1. Location

4.1.1. Mount Roraima in the Venezuelan Amazon rainforest

4.2. Time

4.2.1. 1912

4.3. Subgenre

4.3.1. Science fiction novel