How does Roald Dahl show his concern for nature in the story The Sound Machine?
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Through this story, Roald Dahl, talks about the dark side of the scientific advancements and how in-turn that is harming the nature. To test that nature, too, has feelings and needs to be protected, extreme actions are taken for that, as seen through the obsession of Klausner who keeps pulling out daisies and striking tree trunks to prove his theory. Nature needs to be appreciated and taken care of as otherwise it will get destroyed and then no matter how much “iodine” is applied on it, it won’t heal.
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