The Lottery

The Lottery

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  • The black box symbolizes traditions
  • The lottery symbolizes the chances in life
  • Mr. Graves name symbolizes death
  • Typically, when an object is extremely old, yet still used, it symbolizes traditions and contains many memories. The box is no exception from this rule. For example, when Mr. Summers wanted a new box since the current one was busted and splintering, the city denied his request.
  • The three legged stool symbolizes the past present and future
  • The Lottery signifies the chances taken in life because there is a chance of success, but also a chance of failure and dying.
  • A name like Mr. Graves in a story usually foreshadows something like death or suffering. This name foreshadows that winning the lottery is probably not a good thing.
  • The three legged stool represents the past, present, and future because the stool represents life and death. If you win the lottery, it means death, however if you don't, it means new life.
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