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  • expostions 
  • sorry im late! i forgot what day it was today..
  • rising action one 
  • Dunbar
  • rising  action two 
  • Hutchinson family!
  • The setting of the story is in a small village.The story takes places in June and the author describes the warm summer and green grass. All of the characters seem to know each other another and speak politely to each other as the enter in town square in anticipation of the lottery. All of this creates a calm or pleasant mood.However, the author adds foreshadowing by having the young boys gather stones   
  • climax
  • "it Tessie,''
  • Mr. Summers and Mr Graves enter the town square with a black box and a stool. Town people become became quiet, gather around while Mr.Summers mixes the the papers.Tessie Hutchinson arrives late to the lottery drawing.The lottery begins officially.The men of each family drew  their slips.
  • falling action 
  • Hutchinson family has the winning slip. Each member of the Hutchinson family has to individually pull a slip.Little Davy does not have the winning slip Nancy does not have the winning slip. Bill Jr also does not have the winning slip. Bill Sr does not have the winning slip.
  • resolutions 
  • hurry up!!
  • "It's Tessie,"  says Mr Summers. Bill Hutchinson forces the slip of paper out of Tessie's hand.  The slip of paper has a black dot on it. Mr. Hutchinson shows the crowd the slip of paper. Tessie pulls the winning slip and realizes she won.
  • Tessie tries to argue that the drawing was unfair. The townspeople start to throws stones at Tessie and someone hits her in the head. Mrs delacroix  tells everyone to hurry up. she then picks up the largest stone. Tessie begs for another drawing.
  • wait thats not fair! i demand a re draw!!
  • Tessie is stoned to death. The stories point of  view is third person objective.The stories theme is there is danger in blindly following old traditions the conflict is character vs society.
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