On Human Rights in The Lottery and The Hangman
Human rights are something that everyone deserves. Unfortunately, in various parts of the world, basic human rights are denied. That is why it is important to defend the rights of those who cannot speak for themselves. Two pieces of literature that demonstrate how people should defend themselves are The Hangman, a poem by Maurice Ogden and The Lottery, a short story by Shirley Jackson.
In The Lottery, a small town somewhere in the country gathers on a warm, early-summer morning to carry out their annual lottery. Selection takes place with the head of each family selecting a pi…
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