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  • Tara Yancey

    The Lottery - Shirley Jackson - one of my all-time favorite books.

  • Zita

    The Lottery and Other Stories - ShirleyJackson

  • Laurie Janes White

    The Lottery by Shirley Jackson is the scariest short story I've ever read -- but extremely thought provoking. I first read it in junior high school, and I think that's when I first became serious about writing.

  • Dark Strange

    The Lottery & Other Stories / Shirley Jackson (4 Stars) * No review.

  • Anne Saresky

    Love short stories...Very worth reading

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