"The Lottery" and Shirley Jackson.
Shirley Jackson's own life has serious effects on her writings, especially on "The Lottery." Her early life was not a peaceful one. She preferred to stay in her room and write poetry rather than go outside and play with other children.
Her college life was not great either because she dropped out and was put in a mental institute. After she was released from there her married life started. Shirley married in 1940 to Stanley Edgar Hyman, a Jewish intellectual whom encouraged her rebellion. He also encouraged her to become a severe critic who smoked too much, ate too much, and used drugs. In…
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