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Once the slips are finished, they are put into a black box, which is stored overnight in a safe place at the coal company.
The story briefly mentions how the ballot box has been stored other years in various places in the town.
Curiously, there are three main themes which dominate the letters of that first summer—three themes which might be identified as bewilderment, speculation and plain old-fashioned abuse.
In the years since then, during which the story has been anthologized, dramatized, televised, and even—in one completely mystifying transformation—made into a ballet, the tenor of letters I receive has changed.
People at first were not so much concerned with what the story meant; what they wanted to know was where these lotteries were held, and whether they could go there and watch.
By the end of the first two paragraphs, Jackson has carefully indicated the season, time of ancient excess and sacrifice, and the stones, most ancient of sacrificial weapons.
Alongside the mob mentality, the story speaks about people who blindly follow traditions without thinking of the consequences of those traditions.
"Martin", Bobby's surname, derives from a Middle English word signifying ape or monkey.
On the morning of the lottery, the townspeople gather close to 10 a.m.
in order to have everything done in time for lunch.
Details of contemporary small-town American life are embroidered upon a description of an annual ritual known as "the lottery".
In a small village of about 300 residents, the locals are in an excited yet nervous mood on June 27.