In Ray Bradbury's short story "The Veldt" is set sometime in the future and takes place in Hadley's mechanically worked happy home. George Hadley is the protagonist and the nursery and the two children are the protagonist. The conflict of the story is that the Hadleys are feeling disconnected from their children because the machinery is taking over all of their parental duties, this causes their children awful things.
TThe twins are mad at their parents because they are going to take away the nursery from them. Gloomy and dreadful, the Hadley’s had to take away their nursery so the kids can learn what life is like without technology.
The Hadley’s decided to give their children one last minute with the nursery while they went get ready to leave. Suspicious, the twins started to scheme, they called for their parents to come and look at what they did.
After the twins locked the door, the parents got ripped to shreds by the hungry lions the kids left for them. The twins wanted to do this because the parents took away their technology and weren’t happy with the way their parents raised them.
The twins have been very happy living their best life and forgetting about their parents. They wanted to do this all of their lives and now they get to live in the nursery that acted like their parents.