In the “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury. The parents, George and Lydia, are to blame for their own deaths because they let the kids get addicted to the technology. The parents bought a technology house that does everything for them. Like make dinner for them and has doors that open on command. The kids are getting addicted to the nursery, a room of 3D holograms. Early in the story, we see the kids getting addicted to the technology begin to develop when at dinner they ate alone, for Wendy and Peter were at a special plastic carnival across town and bad televised home to say they'd be late, to go ahead eating. They are starting to get addicted to the technology because they are too busy playing with that they are missing dinner. The parents let the
Veldt and Vertical Farms Analysis
Technological advances may be extremely helpful to humans, but at the same time they can be crippling to society. In Ray Bradbury’s “The Veldt” one can see both sides of this clearly. Also, when analyzing the possible effects of vertical farms one can see both positive and negative outcomes.
In Ray Bradbury’s “The Veldt”, Bradbury expresses some of the amazing accomplishments that humans have made, such as commercial rocket ships to transport people, rooms that…