anonymous
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What most strongly drives the conflict in "The Lottery"? A. Tessie's respect for tradition B. Tessie's desire to protect her children C. Tessie's fear of being chosen D. Tessie's argument with Mr. Summers
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i would say either a or b
wwhitlock
  • wwhitlock
This question belongs in English. But I remember watching the film. The tradition is to stone somebody as sacrifice to get good crops. Tessie's family is chosen and one of her family has to be stoned by the rest of the village. Very emotional scene when she tries to convince every one to give up tradition to save her family.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer is c

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so its b
wwhitlock
  • wwhitlock
I agree with dog
anonymous
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yep

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