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“The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” vs “The Lottery”

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Katie Robertson

on 21 November 2012

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Transcript of “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” vs “The Lottery”

"The Ones Who Walked Away From Omelas"
vs "The Lottery" By Katie Robertson Sacrifice "The Lottery": Setting "The Ones Who Walked Away From Omelas": Setting "The Lottery": Conflict "The Ones Who Walked
Away From Omelas": Plot "The Lottery": Point Of View It is the act of offering something to a deity
in propitiation or homage, especially the ritual slaughter of an animal or a person. In both the Lottery and Omelas, someone
had to sacrifice something for other peoples happiness. In "The One Who Walked Away From Omelas, the little boy in the basement was abused and neglected so everyone else could be happy. In the Lottery, Tessiewas stoned to death so that threr would be a "good" harvest, and everyone was happy. This took place in the summer in the
utopia, Omelas. The point of view is third person. We
don't know who the narrator is. Tessie's Conflict was with the towns
people who stoned her. The Plot is Stream of Consciousness,
And the climax is the explanation over the abused child. The Lottery took place the morning
of June 27th we don't know the where. "The Ones Who Walked
Away From Omelas": Point of View The point of view is first person,
and it's from a towns persons perspective. "The Ones Who Walked
Away From Omelas": Conflict The little boy's conflict was with the towns people. "The Lottery"
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