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The Meaning behind "The Lottery"


English 28 Prompt from Instructor:

Write a 5 paragraph essay on "The Lottery" it must be based on what the author Shirley Jackson is trying to tell you in the story of the "The Lottery". It cannot be a summary of the story but the meaning behind the story of "The Lottery". Consider for example, why do people follow a tradition that involve them killing their own people through human sacrifice?


1). It must be a 5 paragraph essay with an introductory paragraph stating your followed by your three body paragraphs and finally your conclusion paragraph re-stating your thesis. 

2). It must be 3 Pages. 

3). 1 inch Margins with the Font: Times New Roman 

4). Your English 28 book: Fiction: A Pocket of Anthology is your source. 

Notes from me Student: Please try not to be to sophisticated with the vocabulary as I`m trying to adapt from your writing structure to my basic writing skills. Thank you. 

Here is the name of the English book from my class where the story can

be found: 

The ISBN number is ISBN 0-205-03213-3. 

Jackson, Shirley. “The Loterry”. Fiction: A Pocket Anthology. Ed. R.S. Gwynn. 7th Edition, New York: Penguin Academics, Longman. 2012. 194-202. Print. 

The Pages from this of the story are pages 194 through 202.


Name: Instructor: Course: Date: The Lottery Introduction The Lottery is a short story written by Shirley Jackson one the spring of 1948, details a society that is detached from its basic humanity instincts. In the short story, men in the society are painted as having lost their regard for human life, in a quest to further their needs. This has become one of the most common aspects of the human life. Every so often, there is news of persons who sacrifice the lives of innocent people as they seek to accomplish their wishes (Jackson, 199). Jackson uses the aspect of ritualized murders as a reflection of what was happening in the society. As the society becomes more complacent on the trends of violence and misuse of power, they lose their humanity. Reflection A closer look at


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