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The entire story Andy was the female on an all-male hunting trip. As gender roles go you do not wee woman out in the woods at so hunting was definite something males did alone. Since Andy was out to
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Phara Unit 3 Dropbox Essay English II 113 prove herself to her dad, she tried her best to show she could do anything a male could do with hesitation or fear. Andy kept having dreams and vision about her mother, but I those dream her mother was either cooking in the kitchen back at the home like the typical stereotype or she was on the beach in her swimsuit trying to cover her lady parts. In my opinion, Andy mother was important because this is the image that Andy was attempting to run away from. She felt since she was called Andy and her father made jokes about not having a son this was the way to show him she fits in with his plans although she is a female. The mother was just a reminder to Andy of her role as a lady in the eyes of the reader. 3. Identify two symbols present in “The lottery,” and address how they relate to the theme of tradition. Two symbols in the story the Lottery that stood out were the box and old man Warner. First Old man Warner was the character to show you the tradition of the lottery had been going on since his birth 77 years before the story took place. His felt the lottery was necessary because there has always been a lottery. He had no reason other than it has always been.
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