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Shirley Jacksonâs short story, âThe Lotteryâ is not a typical modern day horror
story, but she eloquently creates a sense of horror by using irony and cleverly leaving out
information. The use of the names Mr. Graves and Mr. Summers, and Delacroix (which
means of the cross) adds to the mystery of the story because they are ironic names...
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