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The Veldt In the book The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury there are many short stories one of these being The Veldt The story is told by tattoos on a traveling mans body Another man watches the stories occur during the night Peter and Wendy are convinced that they can do anything to get what they want no matter what the consequences Peter and Wendy are brother and sister they live with their parents in a happy life home The house is electronic and fully automated The childrens room has the ability to create whatever event or place they think about The children have the power to turn their room into whatever they want just by think about it whether it is Alice in Wonderland or the plains of Africa The parents George and Lydia of the children do not have any rules or regulations on the childrens behavior and the children do whatever they want Having no limits or bounds the children do as they please When they are told not to do something they cry about it and do it anyway George would not allow Peter to take a rocket to New York Peter became extremely angry with this and never forgave him One day Peter and Wendy turn their room into Africa and keep it that way for a long time The Santa Clause in the room was turned into a Scrooge The childrens parent became worried because the room was becoming more realistic and had a darker feel to it Peter and Wendy had the power to change the room environment but they never did anymore The children not changing the room showed that they wanted it to be the plains of Africa and this scared Lydia and George Therefore they decided to close down the nursery when this happened Peter and Wendy cried until they were allowed back in one last time When George and his wife did not
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