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Depiction of Violence in the Lottery

Summary: Through depictions of the nervousness of the adults and the children as well as her descriptions of the object associated with the lottery, Shirley Jackson, in her short story, suggests the violence and stoining that concludes the story.
Through depictions of the nervousness of the adults and the children as well as her descriptions of the object associated with the lottery, Shirley Jackson, in her short story, suggest the violence that concludes the story. As the story begins in a small country town in the mid 1900's, you understand that the town is gathering for an important event. As the story continues you become more and more aware that the event taking place is not something positive that they look forward to. Many of the towns' people let off behavior towards the items and attitudes relating to the lottery as fear and uneasiness. As the story move rapidly through the rapid chain of events you get drawn more and more to the characters nervousness. When the story comes to the abrupt holt after a woman, by the name of Tessie Hutchinson, gets stoned to death. This...

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