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Transcript of The Lottery
Find examples of colloquialisms.
What might the "Box symbolize?
What is this town like?
A medium size,
Not to small, nor to big.
An organized townsman,
devoted, busyness man
A growing village, that keeps growing, and getting weaker.
What does pacing in a story do to affect the story?
To keep you guessing the outcome
until the very end.
"Clean forgot what day it was"
Describe the Tone of this part of the story?
How does Old-man Warner feel about the Lottery?
That no tradition should be left behind.
How did the change of pace affect the story?
It gets you anxious
for what's coming up next.
How did Mrs. Hutchinson's behavior change from the beginning to the end of the story?
From in a hurry, to scared.
What does Mr. Summers mean by "Family" & "Household"
One whole family doesn't always live in the same household.
What does the Author leave out of to explain what characters say and do?
"Why they do the lottery
and stone Tessie?"
How does pacing affect the mood of this part of the story?
It makes you feel like something
big is going to happen.
How did reader expectations about the Lottery change as the story went on?
It was predictable. Half way through
I already thought about sacrifice.