Liturary Devices in "The Lottery"
The short story "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson uses the literary elements plot, setting, character, and symbol to express the theme. The theme of "The Lottery" is that tradition helps to unite the community but it is best to allow some traditions to die.
The setting is a small village. Everyone in the village knows each other. The lottery is preformed in the town square. The people gathering together as a mob make the act of killing one of their town's people easier.
The plot of the story is everyone assembling into the town square in order to be part of the lottery. The lottery has been…
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