Shirley Jackson, “The Lottery” question – onlineprowriters.com
Shirley Jackson, “The Lottery” (1948):
1.A literary theme is a statement made about the ultimate meaning of a text. The best statements of theme are in the form of a sentence that reads something like this: (The author) is trying to tell the reader (something important) about (something important). So, what do you think Shirley Jackson is trying to say about some specific issues? (120words)
2.Shirley Jackson includes lots of interesting characters in her short story, “The Lottery.” Which one do you think is the most important and why? Add a quote or two to support your answer. (120words)
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