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The Veldt by Ray Bradbury cont.
Updated: 3/16/2020
The Veldt by Ray Bradbury cont.
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  • "But won't the shock be too much for the children, shutting the room abruptly, for good?"
  • "I don't want them going any deeper into this, that's all."
  • "Oh, George, it can't hurt."
  • "Just a moment, just one moment, just another moment of nursery!"
  • "All right-all right , if they'll just shut up. One minute, mind you, and then off forever."
  • David McClean, a physcologist, visits the Hadleys to check on the nursery. George and Lydia figured Wendy changed it to the forest, acting as if she and Peter never saw Africa in there. David says that George and Lydia have been spoiling the children and that the nursery is becoming the children's parents. David can feel the hatred in the room. He tells George to turn all the machines in the house off. They have been relying too much on technology.
  • Since George turned off the nursery, Wendy and Peter start crying. Lydia feels bad for them and asks George to turn it on for a little bit. George refuses and turns the rest of the machines off. Then, Lydia and the children convince him to turn on the nursery for a little bit.
  • George and Lydia are called by Wendy and Peter. They go inside the nursery to look for them but can't find them. Wendy and Peter are outside of the nursery and they trapped their parents. The parents try to open the door. George yells at the children to open up. Wendy and Peter won't open and the lions move towards the parents, ready to attack. George and Lydia scream.
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