"The Lottery", by Shirley Jackson: How Is Tradition Conveyed in a Culture?
In many cultures, there are traditions that are followed without question by its people. Some traditions as harsh as being served up as a sacrifice to appease the gods, as illustrated in the work of Shirley Jackson's "the lottery". To an outsider this may seem harsh and inconceivable, but to those referred to in this story it was completely common and somewhat understandable.
Although these occurrences were understandable, it was only due to a lack of questioning by the tribes inhabitants. …
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