"The Lottery By: Ryan Sanders Written by: Shirley Jackson
We need to gather some stones for today.
Tessie shows up late and that may mean that she is nervous and won't like what is going to happen.
An example of irony in "The Lottery," is the title because lotteries are supposed to be good and this one ends up with someone getting stoned to death.
Tessie grabs the slip of paper with the black dot on it and the black dot may mean death.
The theme of "The Lottery," is," Not all traditions are good."
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