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Introduction: ‘The Lottery’ By Shirley Jackson and ‘The Destructors’ By Graham Greene A. (Thesis)   In these two types of short stories, despite the fact that the stories get constructed in different settings, as well as time frames, their characters, as well as the tone of the stories tend to be similar. B. [supporting claims]   The lottery is set during a sunny day, within a small farming village, New England. On the other hand, the Destructors happen in the area of the east London, at the Wormsley typical underground station we could say that the characters Trevor together with Blackie could be the same to Mr. Summers and Mr. Graves> all of them are the leaders of
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