How does Roald Dahl show his concern for nature in his story The Sound Machine?

How does Roald Dahl show his concern for nature in his story The Sound Machine?

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    Roald Dahl showed concern for nature through this story which was well portrayed throughout. Through the character, Klausner, the author wanted to spread the message that one shouldn’t cut trees recklessly. Nature’s sound should be like a warning to humans. Even plants are living beings so they too are entitled to have emotions and feelings, if not human-like. One shouldn’t inflict pain upon them even if it was for a scientific approach like Klausner was doing despite all the guilt.

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