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The symbol that represents my own life is a gold brick
The three legged stool in “The Lottery” is symbolic of the Holy Trinity (The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit)
The drawing/lottery in “The Lottery” is symbolic of chances in life.
Fashion is my passion, I want to go to school and take classes so that i could be able to sell my clothing at a upscale price. I would living the golden life. This means to be rich and and live happy with my money.
The character’s name Mrs. Delacroix in “The Lottery” is symbolic of the hypocritical practice of this Christian.
This means that the people look at this as a religion. As every religion there are tradition or rituals. As christians have christmas, these people have the lottery. As christmas is a good ritual where the lottery is a bad tradition when a person dies and christmas is when a person get together with a family and have fun and eat together. This time of the year is year jolly and happy where the people in the lottery dread this time. Also the black box could be the bible to help show this is a horrible ritual.
This means that there are chances in life, some good and some bad. Whenever a person leaves the house they have a chance of dying by natural cause such as a car wreck or drown, also in the hands of others like if a shoot out or just a physico. Theres also good chances like finding money on the floor or winning something free. However in Jackson’s lottery when a character wins he or she ends up being stoned to death and shows there is a chance of death to everyone.
Delacroix is presented as a holy/religious character. If this person was as high religious as presented then it would be sinful to get the heaviest rock and cause harm to another human being. This shows unfaithfulness and hypocritical thinking for being a holy person and committing acts of wrong.
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