"The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson
In her story "The Lottery," Shirley Jackson tells the story of evil blind rituals of a society in a small village. Villagers gather together in the central square for the annual lottery. There is much excitement and interest as the rituals of the event proceeds. Mr. Summers has a small box where small pieces of paper are folded and stored. The box is placed in a specific place. In the first round, the names of heads of families are called one at a time to come up and get a piece of paper. When all of the families have come up and taken a folded piece of paper, then they can look at their p…
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