Of Monsters and Dinosaurs
By: Kenneth Cole
Dr. Grant is the protagonist because he comes to the island and is amazed but as soon as he sees what there doing he realizes how dangerous what they're doing is. He also protects the children all through the story.
Frankenstein is the protagonist because he is perspective you're looking at the story through. It is his view and side of the conflict we focus on.
Mr. Hammond is the antagonist because he is just tuning blind ambition to discover things and he does not think of the consequences of his actions. This causes him to overlook all the dangers of what he is doing and just puts people's lives at risk to see his awesome accomplishments at any cost.
The Creature is the antagonist in the story because he is the main conflict against Victor. He is the one who kills people and antagonizes Victor.
Man Vs. Himself
Dr. Grant has an internal conflict about his feeling for kids and starts the story by terrifying a kid with a raptor story. Then he constantly tries to avoid them on the tour, but when they were in danger he was able to look past his thoughts and help them.
Victor has an internal conflict over many aspects of the creature first he ignores it and it causes him great anxiety. Latter when he says he will make it a companion first he ignores his promise but it keeps tormenting him so he begins the task and constantly questions what he's doing until he destroys it.
Man Vs. Society
Mr. Hammond was against society because he had made this park but the lakers didn't trust him and sent experts. Once the experts arrived they realized the problems and agreed that it was dangerous and should never be opened.
The creature had a conflict with society because he was so big and ugly and everyone reacted with fear and terror making him an outcast. Do to this treatment he killed people and further outcastes himself doming him to solitude.
Not thinking about and preparing for potential risks can be devastating to your goals.
Everyone needs companionship in some way to live a healthy happy life.
In the ending scenes both creations are doomed to die and both creators feel horrible. Also the lesson learned is passed on to others in both endings.
They are different in the way that one creator dies and the other lives. Also in Frankenstein the creature is being sought after to be killed where's in Jurassic park they will die from lack of care.
Walton's quest was to make great discoveries in the North Pole. He wanted he find great knowledge and discover amazing things there to enlighten himself and humanity.
Frankenstein's quest for most of the story is dealing with his grief over what he's done. This is then directed at killing the creature by the end of the story in an unquenchable drive to achieve this goal.
The creatures quest is to find companionship. He goes through many lengths to achieve this from having Viktor create another creature to just using victors hate of him as companionship.
Mr. Hammond's quest is to bring dinosaurs to life and bring them to people. He wants his park to be amazing so all can enjoy the wonders of the dinosaurs.
Dr. Grants quest for most of it is to protect the children and escape the island. From the moment things go wrong till the end he is protecting the kids and comes to really like them.