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Unformatted text preview: Between the two novels The House on Mango Street is written in first person, while The Lottery is written in third person. Cisneros doesnt really catch your eye when reading the name of the novel, where as Jacksons title is of more interest. When you see the words The Lottery, you can feel as if someone is going to win something big. As you read on, you start to feel as if you dont really want to win. Both writers have their way of getting across the feelings of each novel. Cisneros gets to the main point a lot faster, but not with as much emphasis of putting yourself in the story. With Jacksons story, I feel as if I am amongst them and waiting for the name to be called out. I can feel myself grasping my sons hand. References Sandra Cisneros. (1954). The House on Mango Street. Literature. The Human Experience. (pp.127-128) Shirley Jackson. (1948). The Lottery. Literature. The Human Experience. (pp. 350-356) 3...
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