the lottery-- kailynn balmaceda

the lottery-- kailynn balmaceda
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  • Symbolism - Mrs. Dunbar
  • "I can't run at all. You'll have to go ahead and I'll catch up with you."
  • Imagery - Sight
  • Figurative Language - Personification
  • Mrs. Dunbar symbolizes the good that is left in the town, because she doesn't want to throw stones at Mrs. Hutchinson.
  • Tone - peaceful/friendly
  • I can see the flowers blossoming profusely and the grass being richly green.
  • Imagery - Sight
  • "he [Mr. Summers] dropped all the papers but those onto the ground, where the breeze caught them and lifted them off." It is personification, because the breeze cannot actually catch papers.
  • Kailynn Balmaceda
  • Before the lottery began, all the townspeople were friendly and chatting with each other.
  • I can see all the women wearing faded house dresses and skirts.
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