Response to The Veldt by Ray Bradbury
As technology developed, the children are depending on the robotic machines rather than their parents. From the book called Veldt by Ray Bradbury, whenever their parents punish Peter and Wendy the machines console them. Every moment they are facing bad situation, they go into the nursery and feel comfort. As time goes on, Peter and Wendy let this room replaces parents and think it is more important in their lives than their real parents. Indeed, the technology has been become very important part in our lives. For examples, people always look at their phone rather than a newspaper. It is difficult to think of how would we live without technology.
Ray Bradbury tells that people are relying on technology too much and what the result will be in the future. People would live without their feeling and thoughts. Technology develops by the people, but as time goes on, it controls people’s lives.