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THE LOTTERY In THE LOTTERY by Shirley Jackson Destiny plays a role in Mrs Hutchinsons life In life everyone has a certain way of living each with there own destiny THE LOTTERY is somewhat like life because there is always a chance to take In life the one thing guaranteed is death In The Lottery it only guarantees a chance to win or lose Playing lotto the game of chance has to do with luck There is no luck in destiny it is just a way of life On June 27th Bill Hutchinsons good luck turned into Mrs Hutchinsons bad luck Her bad luck came about when Bill picks a slip which is marked with a black dot The black dot symbolizes death She felt that He didnt have enough time to take any paper he wanted It wasnt fairJackson 298 Since Bill didnt protest that his family is now marked This is where her bad luck begins People make certain decisions in their life without explanations or expecting any answers This is where her destiny plays a role in her life Since Bill picks the slip her family is now marked Within the marked family only they choose another slip Tessies bad luck hits her again She chooses the wrong slip She turns Bills suffering into her own Because of her destiny her life came to an end As she stands in the circle by herself all she could say is this isnt fairJackson 302 Mrs Hutchinson a character in the story is somewhat related to Anne Hutchinson who was a caretaker of the sick Anne ran to the aide of people by showing them her kindness and generosity Mrs Hutchinson in jacksons story ran to the aid of Bill Hutchinson instead of letting him suffer The historical Mrs Hutchinson takes his suffering The Lottery is based on her life story The story relates to Anne Hutchinsons life
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