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Transcript of the lottery
>> WHY THE AUTHOR USED
AS THE TITLE?
WHY AUTHOR USED
WHY THE AUTHOR USED THESE NAMES?
Old man Warner
(oldest man in
>> CONVENTION >>ALTAR
>> RICH CROPS (MONEY)
was it realistic ?
Characters, setting, plot
Meaning or message
1. Was it realistic?
2. What did you enjoy the most or least?
3. Did you learn anything from it?
4. Would you recommend the story? why?/why not?
Old Man Warner
The unlucky loser
Against the lottery
Is stoned to death
a coal business
1. The Lottery is a story that happened in a sunny day in the summer
2. The villager's nervous manners
3. Amazing ending
1.Maybe its not important
2.It can be any village
What author wants to show
1.How to survive
2.How people believe in lottery
3.Why people so violent
rules of lottery
ones a year they meat take part in lottery who will get paper with black point will be killed
Why they believe in lottery ?????
1.They just like kill people
2.Maybe respect families
did you learn anything from it ?
Superstition can kill your mind and your self
Doesn't metter if you believe on something or not people will make u do what they want you to do.
WHY OR WHY NOT?
the type of plot :
bill gets "it " his wife protest
each member of the Hutchinson family nervously draws from the box
Tess Hutchinson wins the lottery
the villagers begin attacking
no, is not
Cellania. (2011, April, 14). The lottery. Retrieved from
Hays, C. (2013). Retrieved from
David, S. (2014). Analysis: setting. Retrieved from
Action of people
“Lottery in June, corn be heavy soon”
“someone gave little Davy Hutchinson a few pebbles”
What did you enjoy
Franklin, R., (2013) "The Lottery" Letters. The New Yorker. Retrieved from: