"The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson.
Shirley Jackson's short story is one of suspense and mystery. The story starts in a very sunny tone and this happiness quickly ebbs away into mounting anxiety and the finally to death as the story closes in on the climax and the end of the story. The village is our world today shrunk into a population of about 300. This essay will talk about the relation to the world today and to Mrs Hutchinson's death by stoning.
The women in The Lottery are treated as inferiors to the males. One gets this idea in their first appearance 'wearing faded houses dresses...came shortly after the menfolk'.…
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