The Veldt Critical Analysis

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An American advertising copywriter, Jay Chiat. one said, “Technology is the fashion of the 90’s. It affects everyone, and everyone is interested in it - either from fear of being left behind or because they have a real need to use technology.” Chiat’s thoughts are accurate about society with technology since everyone is being so passionate and desirous about technology. Ray Bradbury, the author of “The Veldt”, was predicting that the more advanced technology innovations are going to be adversely and negatively effective in the future and is explaining this in the book by showing Wendy’s and Peter’s thoughts, personality, and their relationship with their parents.

When parents tend to spoil their kids, children will eventually start to get used to it and start thinking of unnecessary dangerous things.
“Death thoughts. They
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Based on the children’s usage of technology every day, it has been proven that their communication is being decreased leading to being distant, avoiding or even regretting the presence of their parents.

Moreover, as technology has ruined the relationships in families by affecting communication, it’s also negatively effective with personalities.
The more often people use technology, the more their personalities become disrespectful and rude towards their surroundings to a point where it is extreme and excessive.
Peter looked at his shoes. “He never looked at his father any more, nor at his mother. “You aren’t going to lock up the nursery for good, are you” (Bradbury 148).
When Mr. Hadley was deciding on locking up the nursery room, the kids were very disappointed since they are basically taking their “parents” (which would be the technology) from them. Peter not making eye contact when talking to his father shows his impolite attitude towards his father and how he is
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