The text of Ray Bradbury's 1950 short story entitled "The Veldt" provides many clues as to why Wendy and Peter focus their attention on the African veld. Bradbury's story is futuristic, imagining a time when houses do everything for the inhabitants. In this case, the Happy Life Home cooks, cleans, bathes, entertains, and takes care of every aspect of daily living. The children have a nursery that reads their thoughts and brings their imaginations to life.
for many centuries there were important factors which the economies of the muslim empires developed increasingly. they applied economic procedures in production, investment, finance, taxation and property. they used to tax certain goods (for example: harvest), they charged interest on money lent, they signed contracts with merchants; they relied on a common currency, and they used checks as well as promissory notes. with the money collected by means of taxation, the government provided the needy with an income. in addition, trading networks covered huge distances, so far regions started to have contact and exchange goods. this trade network covered areas of asia, africa and europe.