I just wanted to re-post the show notes for Episode 98, "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson. There were lots of important links and such that I didn't want you to miss out on, so here we are! :) Enjoy the show!
Episode 98 is a classic episode of Brook Reading, where I cover the short story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. I also tell you about some movie adaptations, a little about Jackson herself, and fall down the deepest rabbit hole of IMDB!
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Link for “The Lottery” (1969) on YouTube: The Lottery - 1969
Link for “The Lottery” (1996) on YouTube: The Lottery - 1996
Intro Theme Song Provided By: Sean Faust
Outro Theme Song Provided By: Victoria Timpanaro
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