What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"

What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"

What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"

What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"

Another important aspect of “The Veldt’s” antecedent action is that George and Lydia do not know their children and don’t seem to know how to go about parenting them.  When the story begins, the parents don’t immediately ask what is wrong with the children–they ask what’s wrong with the nursery and then discuss bringing in a psychologist to handle the situation.At some point before the story’s beginning, the Hadleys decided to let other people and other things (namely the house) raise their children.  What I find so interesting about this story is that even though it was written decades ago, it is so timely for today’s society, in which parents turn over the raising of their children to technology of all sorts or even resort to having doctors diagnose their children before they (the parents) talk to their children themselves to see what might be wrong–“The Veldt” eerily predicts this type of American culture.
What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"
What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"
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What is the antecedent action in "The Veldt?"
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