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They stood on the thatched floor of the nursery. It was forty feet across by forty feet long and thirty feet high; it had cost half again as much as the rest of the house. “But nothing’s too good for our children,” George had said.
The purpose of technology is not to confuse the brain but serve the body-William S. Burroughs
The Nursery is their parents to them
"Don’t let them switch off the nursery and the house"
The setting is where the children were changed
The main character is the one where he tries to identify the children's problems
“Walls, Lydia, remember; crystal walls, that’s all they are. Oh, they look real, I must admit — Africa in your parlor — but it’s all dimensional, superreactionary, supersensitive color film and mental tape film behind glass screens. It’s all odorophonics and sonics, Lydia. Here’s my handkerchief.”