Essay about Don 't Judge A Book By Its Cover

1587 Words Nov 7th, 2016 7 Pages
“Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Is a lesson that a lot of people have learned after they judge. Stories are also short stories not just to distract people, but also to teach something. In every single story, there is always something to learn. Stories can make people dream and imagine. It may also be seen and gain knowledge about other cultures in different aspects. The stories are sometimes made to understand and not just judge. Those words that are in the books can make people change their humor in one read. A lot of students do not read because they want to, but because they were told to read. For example, The Use of Force and The Lottery are stories that make people think and maybe learn a little bit about the old days. These two stories also have a lesson that want all of us to know.
The old man Warner had said, “seventy-seventh year I been in the lottery” (4). The Lottery was a about a town who were always from the beginning of the colonization of that town to do a ritual. The only one tradition was the “Black Box”. Every year the town were used to do the same steps or at least the steps that they used to remembering. This ritual was prepared before the next day by a guy who was economically better than the other people in the town. The purpose of the box was to put little blank papers and only one paper with a black dot on the black box. Then, the next day each head of the family had to choose a paper and the one that gets the black dot on the paper is chosen. The…

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