The Veldt Ray Bradbury Analysis

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The Veldt a dystopian story by Ray Bradbury is about a nursery, the parents of Lydia, and George Hadley bought for them to enjoy and so they could go on adventures, and embrace the significance of traveling in a time machine. But does the nursery begin to be too much for the kid's? Will the parents soon realize what they’ve done? Lydia and George really love the nursery, but near the end of the story they start to love the nursery too much that the nursery too them becomes more than just a nursery. The craft moves that I will be using will answer lots of questions the reader may have, and will help the reader understand what’s going on in the text. My craft moves I chose are, similes, metaphors, dialogue, and imagery. This story includes…show more content…
I could really paint a picture when he wrote, the lions stood looking at George, and Lydia Hadley, with terrible green, yellow eyes. Ray Bradbury helps me picture what the lions eyes look like by describing them in a way that is very simple. I could see the lions running toward me when he had written, the lions on three sides of them, in the yellow veldt grass, padding through the dry straw, rumbling and roaring in their throats. The lions. When we read those sentences together, I got a chill down my back from being able to picture what was happening in the…show more content…
Ray Bradbury decides to use a decent amount of metaphors in The Veldt. For example a metaphor he uses in the story is, this bake oven with murder in the heat. The metaphor is helping the reader by Ray showing an example of comparing two things without like or as. In particular another metaphor would be, it seemed that at a distance for the past month, he had heard the lions roaring, and smelled their strong odor. Ray Bradbury uses metaphors very carefully in this story. It is hard to find them, but a good writer’s like Bradbury will always use at the least two
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