Ray Bradbury: Short Stories

7. How much control do these parents have over their children? Is this a good or a bad thing?

Bradbury's "The Veldt"

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George and Lydia have very little control over anything their children do. They have become complacent to their children's demands. The parents enable their children to indulge in whatever fantasy they have. The parents have let the house perform much of their parenting responsibilities. This, of course, leads to disaster.