about clinging to traditions in "A Moment before The Gun Went off" and "The Lottery,"
In the stories 'A Moment before The Gun Went
Off' and 'The Lottery,' there is the situation in
which a group of people cling to traditions very
blindly. In both stories the traditions are so dug
into the people's way of life that questioning them
is considered sacrilege within these communities.
Furthermore, the members of the community no longer
even remember why the traditions were set up in the
fist place. They follow the traditions simply
because their predecessors followed the traditions.
Another similarity between the communities in both
stories is, even though these traditions are…
- "Sometimes a shining moment" by Eliot Wigginton . Includes personal experiences as well
- about clinging to traditions in "A Moment before The Gun Went off" and "The Lottery,"
- Being a Hero
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