'The Advancement Of Technology In The Veldt'

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Ray Bradbury creates a story of technology that fulfills normal day to day duties in “The Veldt”. Even though at first this technology is an advantage, it soon becomes a problem to find happiness as a home is taken over as the normal job of a mother and father. The laziness provoked by the home has destroyed the bond a family usually has with each other. Advance of Technology cannot always be the answer, even though it can help make tasks less difficult and make work get done more quickly. In the climax of the story conflict appears as George tries to control the house so it is man against a machine. Lydia is worried and is scared and makes George aware “I feel like I don’t belong here. The house is wife and now mother and nursemaid” (Bradbury
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