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"the lottery" & its use of Irony

   
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. . eventually made a pile of stones in one corner of the square and guarded it against the raids of other boys. (310) After reading this, the reader thinks the children are just collecting stones because that is what children do. They do not expect the outcome to turn out like it does...
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They do not expect the outcome to turn out like it does. The title has the reader believing that something good is going to happen, and will not know any different until the end of the story. The point of view, situation, and title all contribute to the irony in the story...
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