• anonymous
What do readers learn by the end of Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery"? A. Ordinary people are capable of terrible deeds. B. Traditions keep society strong and productive. C. Cooperation guarantees success in a community. D. It is a mistake to trust in friendship.
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  • anonymous
probably A, don't they stone her at the end?
  • anonymous
yea true what a story to say yea the dont stone her till the end. XD

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