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The Black Box
Normally, A black box in a lottery symbolizes a positive object and is used in delightful events, but the tables are turned in this story. If one wins a drawing from the black box, it will end up in a negative consequences and strikes fear in the participants in this spine-chilling event. Ultimately the black box represents that being the winner isn’t always the good thing and could result in death.
The Drawing of the Lottery
Habitually, a grave is affiliated with the resting zone of one who has passed. A grave can be seen as substance that makes those near feel uneasy. Mr. Graves, who had placed the slips in the black box in this story, can exemplify the fate of whoever is the top dog in the lottery. Mr. Graves shows that your fate could be given by those you see on a regular basis.
Summer is commonly related to a joyful, bright time of amusement however, in the lottery Mr. Summers ran coal which is used to kill the winner. Mr. summers could equate to one being deceiving at first thought.
Usually, the drawing of a lottery is your chances of winning the lottery. But in "The Lottery", the tickets that are taken are equal to your chances of death or life depending on if you're the winning drawer.
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