What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?

What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?

What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?

What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?

The essence of irony is opposition.  The setting in Jackson’s “The Lottery” is ironic because what the story suggests, and what the reader expects of the setting while reading (normal village with normal people who do normal things) turns out to be untrue.  Opposition, or opposites.The speaker of the story achieves this irony by revealing only the normal, until it is time to show the reader the abnormal.  For instance, the reader is not shown character thoughts.  If he/she were, the horrifying effects of the ending would be largely eliminated.
What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?
What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?
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What is the irony in the setting of "The Lotter"?
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