The Lottery - Gamble 8th Period Nicole Mendoza

The Lottery - Gamble 8th Period Nicole Mendoza
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  • Symbolism- The Tradition
  • I'm scared....
  • Imagry- Sight, touch
  • I want this one! It's so smooth and round.
  • Figure Of Speech- Repitition
  • Dubar, several people have said, Dunbar, Dunbar
  • "Dunbar...Dunbar, Dunbar"
  • The tradition symbolises dread. The town doesn't want the day to come where they have to practice their tradition.
  • Tone-Suspence
  • The story uses imagery when describing the rock they had selected, "...seclecting the smoothest, roundest stone"
  • Overall Theme
  • Why are we doing this??
  • "This isn't fair! This isn't right!"
  • Repitition is used when the townspeople repeat the name Dunbar, "Dunbar, several people have said, Dunbar, Dunbar"
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  • The tone for the town is suspense. It's suspense because the townspeople don't know who is going to be picked next as the "winner" of the lottery.
  • The theme of this story is that traditions are not always needed. I know this because the lottery is a tradition that the townspeople do but it's not a good one, many begin to question whether or not they are doing the right thing.
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