Humanity can fall victim to unexamined traditions

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Humanity can fall victim to unexamined traditions. Accepting tradition is harmful. a and b All of the above 10 of 10 3. What is the significance that the original box has been lost and parts of the ritual have been forgotten? The lottery is an unexamined tradition.
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No one knows why the ritual is still in place. No one knows what the rationalization for the ritual is. None of the above All of the above 10 of 10 4. When the boys gather rocks at the beginning of the story, this is an example of: Point of View Foreshadowin g Allusion Humor Overstatemen t 10 of 10 5. How does transporting the primitivistic act of violence into a modern setting function in the story? It functions as gratuitous violence. It functions to reveal something about human nature and human society.
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It functions to show the total depravity of humanity. Both a and b Both b and c 10 of 10 6. Which character represents an attitude of liberalism? Mr. Summers Mr. Martin Old Man Warner Mr. Adams Mrs. Hutchinson 10 of 10 7. Which character possesses an attitude of civic duty? Mr. Summers Old Man Warner Mr. Adams
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Mrs. Hutchinson Mrs. Dunbar 10 of 10 8. Which character is an example of a fully developed character? Mr. Summers Old Man Warner Mr. Adams Mrs. Hutchinson None of the above 10 of 10 9. Which character possesses an attitude of bigotry? Mr. Graves Old Man Warner Mr. Adams Mrs. Hutchinson
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Mrs. Dunbar 10 of 10 10. The main irony of the story is: The discrepancy of the good will of the community and the cruelty of the ritual they thoughtlessly perpetuate. The community gathers stones for the ritual. Mr. Summers talks good naturedly before beginning the lottery. All of the above None of the above
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