Shirley Jackson The Lottery Analysis
Firstly, Jackson not only uses distinct but also unique style of writing. Her choice of title, themes, flow of words, and application of symbols show why Jackson’s the lottery has survived tides in literature for the past 50 years. The story is still as famous as it were five decades ago. In essence, this book identifies and discusses a great deal some of the features, which makes “the lottery” the most notorious tale ever written by Jackson (21). I will, in this sense, rely on this work when describing several themes presented in Jackson’s the …show more content…
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