This term in English Comp II, we have read many short fiction stories. "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson was one of the stories we read. "The Lottery" is about a small town in America that holds a lottery drawing. In the beginning of the story, the lottery is described as a special event that occurs every year on an assigned date. After reading the first paragraph one can gather that it is not a ordinary lottery that is taking place. While reading "The Lottery," I found that there are many examples of symbolism throughout the short story.
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- about clinging to traditions in "A Moment before The Gun Went off" and "The Lottery,"
- The Irony in "The Lottery"
- The Lottery
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