Sherley’s this bad tradition each year. Society might

Sherley’s Jackson short
story, “The Lottery” tells the story of villagers that hold a terrible lottery
tradition every year. Even though the story begins with the audiences with a bad
close to the community by competing in a crisis tradition on a very important
day, and at the end with a death of the “winner” by stoning the person that
leads to a discussion between the people, and continued to be revise in modern days
(Jackson). The “theory that based on the critical perspective of the story on
the reader and his or her perspective” of the text (Parker 314). Jackson
reveals two attitudes in her story, the first one is a position to select an
individual, and the other one is the ideas that people are victims of this
terrible tradition that they have each year. Shirley has the theme of a bad
tradition and also uses the symbolism on the story.

            However, the reason that the tradition that the village
has stays it has a fear that the people have to get used to this bad tradition
each year. Society might believe is done away of a bad luck or evil things will
happen to the person. In society people are scared of an approach to very bad
things to the people that live on the village; the author shows a look of a
human nature through the village attitude to the lottery. The men of the
village talk about how they work, and women talk about this day someone or one
of them will die in this lottery tradition day (Jackson 863). The people that
live in the village have many different emotions about this tradition; the fear
on a very brutal lottery that they have each year. The story says (863) “away
from the pile of stones.” This is saying that the people that live in the
village have a fear of the black box and that they can hear their name come out
of the box.

            Various of things in today’s society do same things as the
villager’s actions, they fear it and then they look for a really bad massacre:
we have to slow down and starred at the accident. Jackson has the best example
of this aspect of the humanity. She requests that most of things she receives
are, “wanted to know where these lotteries were held, and whether they could go
there and watch” (Friedman 86). During the lottery, everyone is equal in
society and community because is genderless, in other way men draw as the ones
in charge of the house, the women take in the final round and stoning the
winner of the lottery. This happens when a character of the lottery does this,
it says in line (200) “Mrs. Delacroix selected a stone so large she had to
pick it up with both hands.”

 The truth, the lottery in the story symbolizes
a game of life, and how our action as humans influence our choices of life and
also our destiny from our actions we do every day. This symbolism helps Jackson
develop the definition of the story, because it is all based on the game that
the people can win or lose. The people organizes the lottery a little bet spooky
because they organized the game in important events like in the story says in
line (212) “square dances, the teenage club, the Halloween program.”
Additionally, in other countries have other rules and laws, rather than helping
the people from a problem they have in their lives. These laws and rules kill
them little by little until they don’t have the power for others to help them
and get their honesty. The lottery has the same thing as other places keep on
doing it today, the kind of a dishonor and the whole game of the story
represents in a reality we have in our society.

            The story reflects on the humans in our society to show
how rules, laws or tradition does not make sense, but people still follow them
and don’t care if they are bad or good. Jackson wrote the story on (211) “to
shock the story’s readers with the graphic demonstration of the pointless
violence and general inhumanity in their own lives.” The story itself is a symbolism
of the mystery of the human moves between sympathy of one person for thirst for
violence and cruel of people. It appears that the tradition has blinded these
innocent people in an insane lottery game. Bad things are symbolized because
the author says in line 85, “the feeling of liberty sat uneasily on them.” The
mood the villagers suggest that gathering isn’t one that fun and relaxing for
this terrible lottery tradition.

            The black box from the
lottery is one of the most important symbols for the story because the box is a
mystery but at the end is a scary thing for the people. The box is symbol of not
liking the change of the village, it is old and showing that they need to clean
to what familiar is than changing the tradition that the community has on their
place. One of the characters of the story began talking of a new box, but every
year was allowed to vanish off without being done. When they forced with the
possibility of death, human beings and all its multiplicity, of survival. It
appears that tradition is losing these people in a bad way, by making them
unable to think of a reason why this tradition should not be happening.

            The tone of “The Lottery” is
important thing that gives the reader a feeling of where they are and a
compressive feeling of what the story should be like. The author says (250),
“The morning of June 27th was a clear and sunny, with warmth of a
full summer day.” This is very tricky because the author gives the sense that
is a normal day for their lives just like any other place would. The tone of
the story quickly changes once the reader realizes what the lottery tradition
really is. He symbolizes that the tradition in this unusual routine the people participate
in the tradition that the villagers have.

            One of the players of the
story is very important because is a symbol of this story. The character
believes by retiring the tradition that, “They’ll be wanting to go back to
living in caves” (Jackson 253). According to the character of the story he
thinks that the lottery is the only thing that keeps the society calm. However,
the villagers that volunteer in this tradition are really scared to be the
winner of this lottery. Another character has a fear and thinks that a human
sacrifice is the only good answer to guard that their crops are good, line
(254) says “Lottery in June, corn be heavy soon.” The lottery box is one
of the most important symbols of the story because it represents the tradition.

            The people that live in
the village follows that tradition they have on the village because it always
been done this way. Throughout the story Jackson uses setting, tone and symbolisms
to create a very good story to read about. The author leaves the readers with a
great theme that can be added or told to any community at any time they have
this type of problem in the place they live. For the people that live in a village
the author uses almost the myth of the village. If one person of your family
didn’t teach the importance of the sacrifice into their children, perhaps this
would allow that children not learn what is coming to life, but identifies the
values of life and be someone important to society. The author leaves with a
great theme that can be applied to the community that are around at any time

            In conclusion, the story
“The Lottery”, by Shirley Jackson talks about the tradition of this little
village has a special box with little papers and the winner of that lottery
gets to let other villager to throw stones to them. Its really great what this
lottery can change the society because the people can hate or other things can
do to others. Other countries do the same thing but different they don’t have a
lottery so they can kill or hurt other people. Its really great to learn how
the society has change from different places and from different people. I
recommend reading the story because it talks about how the people do about the
lottery and they have to let them hit them with stones and how will that change
the society between the people.