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Typically, tradition is passed down to many generations. As a rule, the black box represents a tradition that was passed down. Therefore, in the text, “Mr. Summers spoke frequently to the villagers about making a new box”, but the box was never changed. This represents how the black box portrays tradition.
Typically stools have three legs This creates a deeper meaning to death and how this acts as a holy tradition in the town the three legged stool was put in the center of the town. This shows that the tradition stands for some sort of holy ritual this passes down the tradition of picking the slips as the tradition passes down thought generations of the people in the lottery.
The year 77 stands for a such a odd of living in that town would be likely as his 77th time walking through the crowd this means that the tradition does not kill everyone in the town so they can pass on the legacy of the box. This creates the tradition of killing people with stones and things don't change because it is tradition.
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