Nature has its own way of building people and other creatures building lifelong relationships. The key thing to a relationship is with another is the trust, transparency, and a common goal or quality. Jane Jacobs exclaims that a natural environment is required for things such as relationships to thrive and grow, as people should personally know their neighbors rather than be forced to coexist with them. Red Harvest’s Pleasantville is an example of a town filled with more artificial relationships than natural. Both works show that relationships are not only important but the type of relationship formed is dependent on the area of which it originated.