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The drawing/lottery in “The Lottery” is symbolic of chances in life.
The character's name Mr. Graves in “The Lottery” are symbolic of tombstones and death.
The character's name Mr. Summers in “The Lottery” is symbolic of a contradiction the reader’s expectation of summer.
Typically, the lottery can be associated as rare and something that is a one in a million chance. As a rule, the lottery is connotated as positive because there is a slim chance of winning. In the lottery it was old man warner’s “seventy-seventh time” indicating that it’s difficult to get picked.
The symbol that represents my own life is locker.
Typically, tombstones are associated with death. As a rule, tombstone is connotated as negative. In the lottery “mr graves took the hand of the little boy.” Showing that like tombstone showing them to the grave or death.
Typically the summertime is full of fun. As a rule, Mr.Summers name would represent him as a good or positive person. Therefore him having a role in this negative tradition chondritic is the story.
Typically lockers are open and closed. As rule lockers are connected as good because it holds things from others allowing those items to be locked away. Like me I can often be open and people can know a lot about me or i can be closed and have secrets.
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