What Is The Theme Of The Veldt By Ray Bradbury

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"The Veldt" by Ray Bradbury describes the events of the Hadleys, a family living in a completely automated house. The children of George and Lydia, Peter and Wendy, take an interest in the "nursery", a room designed to reproduce any place they imagine. While the children spend so much time in the nursery, the parents reflect about how much they don 't do as parents--the house does everything for them. George reflects on his parenting by having an exchange with his wife, clearly stating his remorse for buying the nursery room. " 'I don 't know anything, ' he said, 'except that I 'm beginning to be sorry we bought that room for the children. If children are neurotic at all, a room like that-- ' 'It 's supposed to help them work off their

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