A Literary Analysis Of The Lottery By Shirley Jackson

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Literary Analysis of “The Lottery” Nobody loves tradition more than a small town and Old Man Warner in a story called “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. This story starts out as a normal town everyone is happy chatting in their groups and gossiping. Children are playing outside, and they are also collecting rocks. Wait? Rocks, yes rocks for the annual lottery. In this story there is a lottery every year, there has been talk about stopping the lottery. But nobody like to upset tradition. And at the end of the lottery the rocks come in handy not for the winner though, especially for this year's winner Tessie Hutchinson. Each year the winner gets stoned to death as a ritually thinking that the crops will grow better if a person is killed. And Tessie
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