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Typically, traditions and rituals are consistent with very little change. As a rule the black box in the lottery does not change and holds a positive connotation for the townspeople. The text states “Mr.Summers spoke frequently to the villagers about making a new box” yet none of the townspeople wanted to. This depicts that the black box holds tradition as despite some people wanting to change the box the box won't ever be changed because it is a tradition and that is how people remember it always being.
Typically, a lottery is a good thing involved with money and good things, this one on the other hand symbolizes the chance at life, your chances at living. According to “The Lottery” it states that "Seventy-seventh year I been in the lottery," this shows that although the lottery is against your\life and shows the chances that you have at life, it can be overrun and still live, for 77 years.
Typically a grave is something a tombstone like thing that is placed above dead people once they are buried. According to the text, “Mr. Graves took the child's hand and removed the folded paper from the tight fist and held it while little Dave.” this shows that mr grave is like death and he is taking the slip of paper out of the child's hands, determining whether or not he will live, he is like the grim reaper and he decides who lives and who dies.
I am a pot because i can hold people up and support them like a pot does a plant, but i feel like i can also do the opposite and hurt them, like a pot does when it lets out to much water. A pot hold people and supports people but, it can also do the opposite thing if it is a badly made pot that doesnt work very well, and i feel like i can do both of them.
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