The Hadley Family live in a HappyLife Home. They spoil their children with a nursery then think about destroying it causing the Kids to make a plan to kill their parents.
Dependence On Technology
When Parents Spoil Children, It Can Have Irreversible Consequences
They walk down the hall of their soundproof HappyLife Home.
Parents (George And Lydia)
¨But nothing is too good for our children¨. George said
¨The Veldt¨ By Ray Bradbury
¨Oh, so now you admit you have been conjuring up Africa do you?¨
Spoiling And Nursery
Technology is a useful servant, but a dangerous master - Christian Lous Lange
- In Conclusion
The HappyLife Home had a nursery to make the kids happy or spoiled. Problems started to occur making the Parents want to destroy the nursery and the Kids made an evil plan to trick the parents.
The Parents kept on spoiling the kids but don´t think about the consequences it may have on them.
The Kids kept on thinking about Africa even after the Parents told the not to, but then it caused problems for the family leading the Parents to want to destroy it causing the kids to get angry, trap the parents, and then let the lions eat them.
In my evaluation, Setting develops the theme the most. The author creates a feeling of Anger and Peace at the HappyLife Home. The anger was with the children because their parent wanted to destroy the nursery and the Peace is the Parents who are trying to help their kids.