What is George’s attitude toward the nursery and the Happy-life Home at the beginning of the story? How and why does his attitude change as the story progresses?
George's opening attitude toward the Happylife home and nursery is one of pleasure and satisfaction at being able to afford a house that pampers his family and a forty-by-forty-by-thirty-foot nursery for his children, with television screens on all the walls and the ceiling. He initially thinks that "nothing's too good" for his children.
However, as he begins to...
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