The Lottery


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  • Tone
  • Word Choice
  • Imagery
  • Intense, the author creates an intense or suspenseful feeling that something big is going to happen.
  • Style
  • You can't get rid of the lottery! It's tradition!
  • The author uses little details or hint such as the stones being gathered to foreshadow what was going to happen, she didn't give away the ending by telling what the lottery was right away, she used useful hints.
  • Theme
  • The author uses our imagery senses to set the storyline such as it was "clear and sunny, with fresh warmth of a full summer day"
  • The author is very descriptive and foreshadows many things with subtle hints.
  • Tradition; No matter how cruel a tradition is, cultures stay true to their traditions because its the way they know and its easier not to change.
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