The Lottery Symbolism - College Essays
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The lottery is symbolic of the corrupt nature of humans regarding pointless and inhumane traditions. It expresses the evil behind traditions and man’s unrelenting refusal to accept change. The lottery occurs on a warm summer day in a traditional small town in the same town square where the community gathers for all events. Because the people are able to return over and over again to this location of death with out feeling any remorse symbolizes societies ability to turn a blind eye to things they feel they can not change or things that do not directly involve them. Even before the lottery begins the reader gives indication to the ways of the society through the actions of the boys gathering stones for the stoning to come. The author is symbolizing here how humans are only as good as they are taught to be no matter how pure they seem to be.
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The vector illustration "FOUR LEAVED CLOVER Web Button (Luck Lottery Icon Symbol Sign)" from is available on Fotolia under a royalty-free license (Credit from Regulations prohibit casino operators from blatant "near-miss" manipulations, such as having the first two reels of a standard machine match more often to increase suspense. But newer machines have several ways of winning, including multiple pay lines and bonus rounds, so players feel as though they are always "almost winning." (For example, you get three state lottery symbols, but in the wrong places.) And some bonus rounds present players with options, then show what a different choice would have yielded..74).