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: M. Laili Hanafi : A1B213083 : The Lost orl! b" : #ir Arthur $onan %o"le : 3'0 (on &%)* &L+T
1. ,-osition In 1912, there was a twenty-three years-old man named Edward Malone. He was a reporter reporter for Daily for Daily Gazette, a news paper in London. One day, he went to McArdle, his news editor, to et a danero!s and ad"ent!ro!s mission. He was sent to inter"iew #rofessor $eore Edward %hallener, who had assa!lted fo!r or fi"e other &o!rnalists, to determine if his claims a'o!t his trip to (o!th America were tr!e. After assa!ltin Malone, %hallener re"ealed his disco"ery of dinosa!rs in (o!th America, in the forest ro!nd the )i"er Ama*on. After ha"in 'een ridic!led for years, he in"ited Malone on a trip to pro"e his story, alon with #rofessor #rofessor (!mmerlee, another another scientist +!alified to eamine any e"idence, and Lord ohn )oton, )oton , an ad"ent!rer who new the Ama*on. /hey reached the platea! with the aid of fi"e Indian and two mied race !ides, who are s!perstitio!sly scared of the area. One of these Indians was tall and stron, called (ancho. /he two men of mied race were called $ome* and Mi!el. $ome* is the 'rother of a man that )oton illed the last time he was in (o!th America. 2. Raising $onfli/t 0hen the epedition manaes to et onto the platea!, $ome* and Mi!el destroy their 'ride, trappin them. $ome* clim'ed down the roc to the ro!nd slowly. Lord )oton pointed his !n and fired, and $ome*s 'ody fell to the ro!nd 'elow. Mi!el had reached the ro!nd ro!nd far 'elow. 'elow. /heir de"oted nero (ancho &!mped on Mi!el, Mi!el, and illed him. (ancho remained at the 'ase, '!t was !na'le to pre"ent the rest of the Indians from lea"in. 3ecidin to in"estiate the lost world, they were attaced 'y pterodactyls pterodactyls at at a swamp. After eplorin the terrain and ha"in a few misad"ent!res in which the epedition narrowly misses 'ein illed 'y dinosa!rs dinosa!rs,, %hallener, (!mmerlee, and )oton were capt!red 'y a race of ape-men. Malone was not capt!red 'eca!se he did not there when his friend was capt!red. 3. $lima0hile in their "illae, they fo!nd o!t there was also a tri'e of h!mans 4/hey were small Indian men5 inha'itin the other side of the platea! with whom /he Ape-Men were constantly at war. )oton was a'le to ran r an o!t from /he Ape-Men, and met Malone. )oton manaed to escape and team !p with Malone to mo!nt to a resc!e. /hey arri"ed &!st in time to pre"ent the eec!tions of the #rofessors and se"eral other h!mans, who too them to the h!man tri'e. 0ith their help, they defeated the ape-men, tain control of the whole platea!, and )oton had shot /he Ape-6in. . ,n! After witnessin the power of their !ns, the h!man tri'e did not want the epedition to lea"e, and tried to eep them there. Howe"er, the team finally disco"ered a t!nnel that led to the o!tside, where they met !p with (ancho and a lare resc!e party. 7pon ret!rnin to Enland Enland,, they presented presented their their story story at a meetin meetin at the 8oolo 8ooloical ical Instit Instit!te. !te. #rofess #rofessor or %hallener opened a 'a and a 'a'y pterodactyl comes o!t. #eople screamed and frihtened the the pter pterod odact actyl yl and and it flie flied d o!t o!t of the the hall hall thro thro! !h h an open open wind window ow :ow :ow they they now now %halleners story was tr!e
&+NT +) , /his no"el !sed third person point of "iew in the "iew of Edward Malone, a reporter on the Daily Gazette newspaper
$HARA$T,R# 1. &R+TA+N#T a. &rofessor eorge $hallenger He is a *ooloist, a scientist who st!dies animals. He is "ery cle"er, '!t also 'adtempered. He hates reporters, had an enormo!s hear, a red face, rey eyes, and lon 'lac 'eard. His hands were 'i and stron and co"ered with thic 'lac hair. b. ,!4ar! Malone He is a reporter on the Daily Gazette newspaper, a twenty-three years man. He lies a danero!s and ad"ent!ro!s mission. /. &rofessor #ummerlee He is a scientist. He is a tall man and wearin lasses. He &oins #rofessor %hallener to o to (o!th America and want to find o!t the tr!th. !. Lor! 5ohn Ro-ton He is a tra"eler, who lies sport and also lo"es h!ntin. He is a'o!t thirty-eiht years old, a "ery 'ra"e man and is not afraid of anythin. He has stron 'ody and cold 'l!e eyes. e. #an/ho He is a 3e"oted :ero (er"ant. He is tall and stron man. 2. ANTA+N#T a. ome6 He is a mied-race ser"ant who aids #rofessor %hallener and friends reach the platea!. He is the 'rother of a man that )oton illed the last time he was in (o!th America. b. Miguel He is also a mied-race ser"ant who aids #rofessor %hallener and friends reach the platea!. He helps $ome* to destroy the 'ride to the platea!, and then is illed 'y (ancho. 3. MA5+R $HARA$T,R# a. &rofessor eorge $hallenger b. ,!4ar! Malone /. &rofessor #ummerlee !. Lor! 5ohn Ro-ton e. #an/ho f. ome6 g. Miguel . MN+R $HARA$T,R# a. Mr. M/Ar!le He is the editor of the 3aily $a*ette newspaper, Edward Malones ;oss. He is a "ery ind person. b. The Ae7ing He is /he leader of the Ape-#eople. Has illed 'y Lord ohn )oton /. The &rin/e He is /he #rince of the Indian who capt!red 'y the Ape-Men.
#,TTN# 1. The #etting of Time. a. +ne morning, Malone met to Mr. McArdle to et a danero!s and ad"ent!ro!s mission. +n e!nes!a" morning , Malone went to #rofessor %halleners ho!se. '. c. T4o "ears ago , #rofessor %hallener went on a &o!rney to (o!th America. At half ast eight , there was a meetin 'etween scientists. d. e. Ten !a"s later , at beginning of Ma" , #rofessor (!mmerlee, Lord )oton and Malone left for (o!th America. At t4el9e o/lo/; on 1' th 5ul", #rofessor (!mmerlee, Lord )oton and Malone open f. #rofessor %halleners en"elope. n the afternoon ne-t !a"< #rofessor %hallener fo!nd the wa y to the Lost 0orld. . h. +n the ninth !a"< the team reached the platea! of the Lost 0orld. 2. The #etting of &la/e a. Malone "isited Mr. M/Ar!les offi/e to et a danero!s and ad"ent!ro!s mission. '. Malone went to a librar" to find some articles a'o!t #rofessor %hallener. c. Malone went to &rofessor $hallengers house to inter"iew him. d. /wo years ao, #rofessor %hallener went on a &o!rney to #outh Ameri/a, in the forest roun! the Ama6on Ri9er. e. /hat niht, there was a meetin at the =oologi/al nstitute. f. After meetin, Malone "isited Lor! Ro-tons house which was near from =oologi/al nstitute. . After many wees of tra"ellin, #rofessor (!mmerlee, Lord )oton and Malone reached the to4n of Manoes on the Ama6on Ri9er .
TH,M, /he main theme of this no"el is a'o!t < an e-/iting an! unusual a!9enture>. &rofessor eorge $hallenger is a *ooloist, a scientist who st!dies animals. He in"ited #rofessor (!mmerlee, Lord )oton and Malone to &oin his &o!rney to (o!th America, in the forest ro!nd the Ama*on )i"er, to find the lost world, a world where creat!res from the past still ali"e.
In this no"el is told there was a team of men that ne"er a"e !p to reach their oal, and always ept their relationship. (o, we can learn from this story a'o!t = :e"er i"e !p !ntil we reach o!r oal Always eepin the relationship maes fort!nate /ain re"ene is so 'ad and maes !nfort!nates.
I thin that the most interestin part of this story is the feelins that readers ot from was really different with <(herloc Holmes> e"en tho!h the writer is the same.