Comparing And Contrasting Comp 1 12-9-15 - Vedoy 1 Alejandro Vedoy Professor Figgins ENGL 1301.006 Composition 1 December 9 2015 Title Title In the two

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Vedoy 1Alejandro VedoyProfessor FigginsENGL 1301.006 Composition 1December 9, 2015Title: TitleIn the two short stories of “The Lottery” and “Harrison Bergeron” single out their respective protagonists and put them to death in different settings. “The Lottery” does so by randomly selecting someone in a drawing and stoning the protagonist to death for unclear reasons. Meanwhile, in “Harrison Bergeron” the protagonist is shot out of the air when they rebel against the law.“The Lottery” starts off by describing the setting of the story and explaining that summer break has just started for the children and how the adults are standing around talking about grown up stuff. Soon after the lottery is commenced my Mr. Summers, the same man who does everything else in town and owned the coal business, and a black box is brought outto do the drawings from. A list of everyone had to be made in order to ensure that everyone drew appropriately. The heads of the families are then named out to go draw their pieces of paper and are required to not look at them until after the 16 or so heads of the families mentioned have had a chance to draw. After everyone finds out that it was the Hutchinson’s that got the piece of paper with the mark on it, Tessie Hutchinson yells at Mr. Summers that it was not fair because they didn’t give bill, her husband, the chance to take whichever paper he wanted. Mr. summers proceeds to return four including the marked paper to make up for the

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