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  • Exposition 
  • Rising action
  • Climax
  • In the opening scene of The Veldt, Ray Bradbury describes the house as technologically advanced, creating a sense of power that the house plays as a role. Happylife does the basic chores and treats the family as if they were infants.
  • Falling action 
  • The kids become obsessed with the smart house and the nursery, making the parents concerned about how obsessed the kids were becoming to this virtual world. George Hadley starts realizing the things in the nursery is dangerous once his wallet disappears. 
  • Denouement
  • The parents decide to shut the room off because it’s what is best for the kids. The kids don’t acknowledge Africa and it’s cruelty therefore turning them  violent once the parents decide to turn the room off. 
  • Takeaway About Technology
  • The parents become outraged in their children’s addiction to technology. The kids start to plot their parents death because of the amount of anger they have from the shut down of the nursery.
  • The parents become outraged in their children’s addiction to technology. The kids start to plot their parents death because of the amount of anger they have from the shut down of the nursery.
  • The story ends with the parents disappearing and the house officially taking over the caretaker/parent role. A sense of reality can be lost through the power of technology for which creates the role of the house gaining too much power, overall winning.
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