These two stories have different tones in the beginning but by the end they are both dark and sad. In the beginning of the story of “Rocking-Horse Winner”, the reader could tell the tone by the mother not being in a happy joyful mood about their living situation. Unlike the story, “The Lottery” where the audience would have thought that the story would stay happy, because of how the author describes the beginning of the story. The tone in “The Rocking-Horse Winner” did correspond with the action occurring in the story because the feeling that the mother gives off as well as the house makes the son want to be lucky for his mother so she would not be that way anymore. This forces him to make sure he rocks on his little rocking horse until he is sure of the winner in the next horse race to win money until that anxiety kills him (Lawrence, 1933, p. 175).
They redid the lottery and Tessie was chosen this time. The irony of this was that she was stoned instead of getting money. The 3 people who had 2 sides of humanity within the story were Mrs. Delacroix, Tessie’s husband, and Mr. Summers. The first person who had shown 2 sides was Mrs. Delacroix. She showed 2 sides because she was Tessie’s friend but then she stoned Tessie.
The Lottery In the short story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, the characters have different feelings about “the lottery”. The character Tessie Hutchinson believes that the “lottery” is unfair and does not like it. While Mr. Hutchinson was getting the piece of paper, Mrs. Hutchinson thought that her husband did not get enough time to chose the paper he wanted, causing her family to get chosen. She claims it’s unfair but he received the same amount of time that everyone else had. It doesn’t even take less than five seconds to take a piece of paper.
In the short story ¨The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson is about different characters shows different emotions about the lottery. One of the characters was Tessie Hutchinson 's´ does not agrees with the drawing of the lottery. Tessie Hutchinson had changed her behaviour when she gets picked in the lottery. In the story, when the Hutchinson´s family had to pick, and it shows that it was Tessie who got picked. The Old Man Warner feels differently toward the Lottery.
The Lottery In the short story,” The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson the characters have different views on” the lottery.” In the short story Mrs. Hutchinson does not agree or like the thought of the lottery. She does not like it because she thinks it is stupid and she thinks it is unfair. Also you can tell she thinks it is unfair because she yells it out to everyone in the crowd. Also Old Man Warner on the other hand feels the opposite of that. He does not like the thought of not doing the lottery.
“The Rocking Horse Winner” is about the desperate measures Paul takes to win his mother’s love and attention. Paul thinks by bringing his mother money for which she is always nagging about, he is compensating her misery. After a conversation with his mother, where she tells him she is not lucky because she is married
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