In this selection, A father becomes worried for his spoiled kids keep on making a veldt in their futuristic nursery and they keep on having lions kill something. The parents then ask about it. The kids act as if they don't know the parents push them until finally the kids kill them.
When parents spoil their children, it can have irreversible consequences.
"They stood on the thatched floor of the nursery. It was forty feet long and thirty feet high. It had cost half again as much as the rest of the house. But nothing is too good for our children."
"But nothing's too good for our children."
"These kids who never have any accountability for their actions will continue through life thinking nothing is their fault ad everything is owed to them"
The kids refusing to change the nursery
The setting helped develop the them by using the nursery as a means to spoil the children.
The conflict supports the theme because. The Kids are so spoiled that they feel like they don't need their parents anymore.
The conflict showed that the kids didn't listen to anyone and didn't listen to anyone and didn't want to change the nursery.
Everything. Where before they had a Santa Claus now they have a Scrooge.3Children prefer Santas. You’ve let this room and this house replace you and your wife in your children’s affections. This room is their mother and father, far more important in their lives than their real parents. And now you come along and want to shut it off. No wonder there’s hatred here.
The conflict because it shows why they are spoiled and how spoiled they were.