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The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

Beau Dahlgren
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Beau Dahlgren

on 17 November 2011

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Transcript of The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

The Lottery
by
Shirley Jackson Climax Risiong Action Resolution On June 27, a town of 300
people gather up and
participate in their annual lottery. Exposition Their town lottery is about how for 2 hours Mr.Summers calls people from the crowd to come up one family at a time and grap a piece of paper specially marked. After the picking of the papers Tessie Hutchinson starts protesting that her husband Bill didnt have enough time to pick a piece of paper states that the lottery wasnt fair and that her family should get a redraw. When the family gets a redraw Tessie gets the paper with the black dot meaning she won. Falling Action After Tessie won the towns crowd startes picking up stones ready to throw. Tessie keeps stating that the town lottery wasnt fair and the town surrounds her and starts throwing stones at her. by: Beau Dahlgren A story about a
small towns Lottery.
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