Alien Invasion Essays
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The novel ‘The Day of The Triffids’ By John Wyndham contains important ideas of what humanity is like, in an engaging manner characters will react to certain scenarios created by John Wyndham. Some characters made by Wyndham will take drastic measures to survive while others characters will choose a more peaceful way to survive. The novel is about a comet strike that landed in Triffids that produces green flashing lights and blinded most of the population, the sighted characters go...
The novel, ‘The Andromeda Strain’, written by Michael Crichton, was written as a warning for the dangers of introducing foreign bacteria to the earth. ‘The Andromeda Strain’ outlines the multitude of possibilities that may arise from human exposure to extraterrestrial life, eventually focusing singularly on one of the most damaging outcomes. Crichton leads us through the complexities of how such harmful organisms can be a menace to the human population, yet also how alien bacteria can be put to use...
Robert Heinlein’s ‘Starship Troopers’ incorporates different nature, social, and gender clusters into a militaristic utopian society. Among those collections, Heinlein institutes several obvious differences between the two sides. The two nature groups divided in the story consist of the human race and the opposition, which are beings with characteristics that differ from humans and reside on other planets. The social structure outlined in the utopian society features a side of citizens with power and others who do not hold any...