The Lottery

The Lottery
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  • Symbolism- woodchips
  • Images- Clear and sunny with fresh warmth of summer day
  • Personification- The black box grew sharper
  • The woodchips represent how long the tradition has been going on. They used those before paper was invented.
  • Theme- traditions are very important to the community
  • WE HAVE TO HAVE THE LOTTERY!
  • This discription sets the scene of the story for the reader.
  • Sound- soft laughter ran through the crowd
  • hahahaha
  • The black "growing sharper" is talking about how it is getting older and becoming more rough and splinters sticking out. It is not actually growing.
  • Juxtaposition- clear and sunny with fresh warmth of summer day and The Lottery.
  • Traditions are very important to this town especially the lottery. Old man Warner even said that if they did not have the lottery they might as well go back to the cave man ages.
  • Yeah!
  • It was summer time and everyone was in a good mood because the lottery had not started. People were talking and having a good time.
  • (tells joke)
  • The clear day represents good things and the lottery is the complete opposite. The Lottery means that people are going to die. Total opposites
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