The Veldt And Fahrenheit 451 Analysis

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59% of people aged 18 to 29 say the internet is shaping who they are. “The Veldt” and “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury are two dystopian novels where technology has become a major factor in their life, destroying them by the day. “The veldt” is based in the future, where a family is given all the modern benefits of technology, claiming to make their lives easier and more efficient. For example, the kitchen makes dinner for all the family, allowing them to engage in other fun activities. However, with every good thing, comes bad. The nursery is a simulation, where reality becomes virtual, able to recreate any environment, whether it be fictional or not. Rather than the kids going out into the wild, they would lock themselves in, relying on simulation and technology. Later on, the thought of their parents wanting to lock the nursery, lead their children to lure them into it, allowing them to get eaten alive by lions. “Fahrenheit 451” talks about a future American society, where technology has affected humanity negatively. The main character is Montag, a fireman who lives in a society where censorship is heavily used to hide the history of their country. Books are banned, and firemen burn them. Montag and his wife Mildred, a technology addict, begin to read books, slowly leading them to question the countless problems in his society. In both stories, Ray Bradbury uses tone and literary devices to show how an overdependence on technology as well as a disconnection from the

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