Disobedience In Farenheit 451, By Ray Bradbury

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This story ¨The Veldt¨ shows disobedience in many ways. Disobedience means failure or refusal to obey rules or someone in authority. In the story ¨The Veldt¨ by Ray Bradbury the problem is that the kids are addicted to a nursery and how the nursery works is whatever the kids think happens in the nursery and the parents have no control over their children to stop going in the nursery. As the story goes on the parents decide that the house is too much for the family and want to move out. In the end the kids end up having no more parents do to the kids actions. I believe that the parents couldn 't save the family (3 reasons) First the parents were lazy.The parents being lazy leads to the kids being lazy. For example it says in the text “His wife watched the stove busy humming to itself making supper for four.” This shows laziness because the mom does nothing and the food cooks itself this leads to the kids to copy their parents and think that it 's okay to do nothing and this leads to disobedience. Another example is “You mean you want me to fry your eggs… Darn my socks… and sweep the house?” This also shows laziness…show more content…
Lastly the parents have no control over their kids. For example the text says “You know how difficult Peter is about that (shutting the nursery) when I punished him a month ago by locking it for even a few hours the tantrum he threw!” This shows that the parents have no limits for their kids and their kids barely get punnished. Another example is from the text “Kids and Tech” “ Their brains (kids brains) get used too much… stimulation and in absence of these… they get anxious, restless, bored, and aggressive. In relation to this in the text The Veldt it says when the parents turn off the nursery the kids get aggressive and worry. This means that the parents can 't say no to things their kids want because their kids will throw tantrums because they are not punished well. Also if their parents punish them they worry and get aggressive towards their

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