Essay on The Lottery by Shirley Jackson
Have you ever wondered how traditions can sometimes turn into brutal bloody rituals, in which some individuals participates without wondering if it's right or not? The short-story The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson, is a great work of fiction that shows us how a socially divided society can get into pointless violence and harm one of their own member. The story takes place on a warm morning of June in the town square of a small village. The villagers gather for the annual lottery and all the families draw a slip of paper from a box but only one has a black spot on it. Tessie Hutchinson re…
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