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Attached below are three members posts for each doc pertaining to...

Attached below are three members posts for each doc pertaining to the written story. I need a half of a page single spaced for each response. Please read attached doc. This is for a creative writing course.

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There are two members posts pertaining to this discussion could you come up with a thoughtful, well supported response for each member discussion. They only need to be about half of a page to one page in length for each one. A nd cite references in support agreements of or arguments.   Expand upon the original point or provide an outside source that illustrates it. You can always disagree as well [as long as it is done in a respectful manner]. Provide a counterpoint or outside source to refute the original comment. YOUR POST TO DISCUSSION: Plot in "The Lottery" The plot of "The Lottery" is complicated. However, the route to the end is a single one but full of suspense. While Atwood resolves a major part of the suspense at the beginning of the story, Jackson does not. It is the suspense in the story which is the most important attraction of its plot. This suspense is not revealed till late in the story. Moreover, there are similarities too. Just like in case of "Happy Endings", "The Lottery" has a plot thickening towards the end until at the end when the conflict is resolved and the suspense is over. The main difference is the powerful suspense that Jackson creates in "The Lottery". She writes, “There was a great deal of fussing to be done before Mr. Summers declared the lottery open. There were the lists to make up--of heads of families. heads of households in each family. members of each household in each family. There was the proper swearing-in of Mr. Summers by the postmaster, as the official of "The Lottery"; at one time, some people remembered, there had been a recital of some sort, performed by the official of "The Lottery", a perfunctory. tuneless chant that had been rattled off duly each year; some people believed that the official of the lottery used to stand just so when he said or sang it, others believed that he was supposed to walk among the people, but years and years ago this part of the
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