At first glance, the reader is given a story title that invokes, quite naturally, a sense of hope—the expectation that someone is going to win something.
The first few paragraphs further confirm the sense of hope; it is a beautiful summer day, the grass is green, the flowers are blooming, kids out of school are playing…but then we start to see that something is amiss in this land of perfection, plenty, and hope.
Final Thoughts/Grade Your essay: 3/10 Fixed essay: 7/10 Good luck and I hope you can go back to Russia! Currently I'm working as translator - translating texts from russian to polish.
Next year I will spend somewhere about New Castle and I'll participate in an Academic year english course which will help me become more fluent in English.
On the other way I think that thought winning fortune I'll keep cold head and still have good sense. Firstly, I would destiny the money to buing a house with huge garden and pool. World of fashion, immovables and celebrities always attracted me.
I know for a certainty that I would not refuse myself to spend few mad days shopping in Mediolan, Parise with my best friend. Having huge amount of money I'll open my own exclusive restaurant. I'm writing because I had to write an essay about winning in the lottery.I would be thankfull if somebody would be abble to look over it. Currently I'm studying in Poland and if I didn't pass that essay I would have bad situation.Using the essay topics below in conjunction with the list of important quotes from “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson at the bottom of the page, you should have no trouble connecting with the text and writing an excellent essay.Click Here for a Detailed Plot Summary of “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson Thesis Statement / Essay Topic #1: A Delightful Village Conducting Civic Activities : Contrast in “The Lottery"One of the most devastating and skillful aspects of Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery" is that it consistently topples reader expectations about what should happen next or even at all.This means that they are archaic in some ways and rooted in traditions of superstitions that seem to involve crops and human sacrifice.During the Salem Witch Trials in early America, one of the most common complaints about presumed “witches" was that they were responsible for bad harvests, thus in many ways “The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson can be seen as a metaphor for the trials in colonial New England.In my opinion, winning the lottery assures a sufficient life but also places it in jeopardy.Nevertheless, a luxurious life always tempts everyone, including me.I need to work on English because you have extremely easy grammar if we compare it with polish grammar but without free time we can do nothing with our knowledge. Kevinli you are invited to Sankt Petersburg, you mustn't miss sightseeing the city :) About the question : - Mediolan, Parise - towns located in Italy and France which are known as cities related with fashion.- Immovables are houses in which we invest ; I know another word according to that is "premises" Sorry I'm little chatterbox ;) Thanks!