The kids are acting stranger and stranger, I think we should lock the nursery. But do you think it would be worth the tantrums
The characters George, Peter, Wendy, and Lydia Hadley are introduced along with the setting. Which is the nursery they are walking to. This is the exposition because it introduces the characters along with the main setting.
Falling Action of "The Veldt"
The nursery aparrently channels bad thoughts to children....
The lions from the nursery, which changed to a veldt, start to chase George and Lydia out of the nursery. This is the rising action because suspense is building on the main characters problem.
Conclusion of "The Veldt"
Why did we buy such a house?
Foolishness, pride an money got us into this, we should go back downstairs.
The Hadleys consider locking up the nursery, because the kids are acting weird and mad. This is the climax because it is the turning point. Because of suspicion from the parents.
Theme of "The Veldt"
I need to lock up the nursery...
David Mclean comes to the house and conveys the nursery channels bad thoughts. From there George turns off the nursery and decides to move out. But the kids start raging. This is the falling action because their conflict starts to end.
The parents start packing after George turns the nursery on one more time. But then the kids trick them and lock them inside the nursery. This is the conclusion because the story wraps up, but on a cliff-hanger.
The theme of "The Veldt" is: "Always find a solution to strange behavior from your kids". Because George tried doing something about how Wendy and Peter acting strange because of the Nursery. As shown on PG 11: "We're considering it." "I don't think you'd better consider it any more, Father." "I won't have any threats from my son!" This explains that the kids were acting weird because Peter started to get mad at George about considering turning off the nursery. When he locked it up, then turned it off, and all the tech in their house, The kids went hysterical, as shown in PG 14: "The two children were in hysterics. They screamed and pranced and threw things. They yelled and sobbed and swore and jumped at the furniture." This showed that they were passionate about the nursery, because they got really angry and sad, that the nursery would be turned off for good.