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Notice! Pain Is around

Summary: It is about this one quote by Mark Twain and 'The Lottery' by Shirley Jackson and how it states that people do not notice that pain is everywhere and in every person, until the pain happens to us.
The quote by Mark Twain, "Our conscience takes no notice...until his sufferings make us uncomfortable," seems to relate to "The Lottery," by Shirley Jackson. Mark Twain's quote connects to "The Lottery" because before the lottery was held no one had any problems with the idea, and after the drawing was held, and the black dot was discovered the family or one of the family, would make accuses and say that it was unfair. Nobody ever tried to stop the lottery after it was held year after year.

First, before any drawing was held, no one had any problems with the idea of the lottery. Every person in town would gather around waiting for the lottery to begin. Not one person was attempting to stop the lottery. In fact, they were so anxious for it to start. To the people living in that village, the lottery was an...

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