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The Irony in "The Lottery"
The Irony in 'The Lottery'
Shirley Jackson wrote the story 'The Lottery.' A lottery is typically thought of as
something good because it usually involves winning something such as money or prizes. In
this lottery it is not what they win but it is what is lost. Point of views, situations, and the
title are all ironic to the story 'The Lottery.'
The point of view in 'The Lottery' is ironic to the outcome. Jackson used third
person dramatic point of view when writing 'The Lottery.' The third person dramatic
point of view allowed the author to keep the outcome of the story a surprise. Th…
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