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Chris Whetzel "He that is robb'd, not wanting what is stolen, Let him not know 't, and he 's not robb'd at all. " - William Shakespeare, Othello (Act III, Sc. III) Ted Wright "Classic.' A book which people praise and don't read." - Mark Twain James Bennett "Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader - not the fact that it is raining, but the feeling of being rained upon." - E. L. Doctorow Maria Corte Maidagan "Each day had a tranquility a timelessness about it so that you…

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11 Facts About Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery"

“It was not my first published story, nor my last,” the writer recounted in a 1960 lecture, “but I have been assured over and over that if it had been the only story I ever wrote and published, there would still be people who would not forget my name.”

Shirley Jackson: Author of "The Lottery." Did you know, she wrote The Lottery in a single morning, didn't believe in ghosts, and more. I Love Books, Books To Read, Library Of America, Lottery Tips, Shirley Jackson, Short Novels, Fiction And Nonfiction, Literary Fiction, American Gothic

The Eerie and Cheery Life of Shirley Jackson

As recently as six years ago, when the Library of America released a collection of Shirley Jackson’s writings, her legacy was uncertain. “Shirley...

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Shirley Jackson — ‘I decided that I would choose three powerful words, words of strong protection, and so long as these great words were never spoken alo. Shirley Jackson, Fright Night, Book Writer, World View, Authors, Writers, My Spirit Animal, Great Words, Powerful Words

Shirley Jackson

Author Shirley Jackson's complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability.

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The opening paragraph of Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Shirley Hardie Jackson (December 1916 – August was an American author. She is best known for the short story "The Lottery" which suggests a secret, sinister underside to bucolic small-town America. Erich Hartmann, Shirley Jackson, Fabulous Birthday, Comic, Writers And Poets, House On A Hill, Fiction Writing, What To Read, I Love Books

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Shirley Jackson: Memory and Delusion

The first in a three-part series of Shirley Jackson’s lectures on writing.

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Garlic in Fiction

The third piece in a three-part series featuring Shirley Jackson’s lectures on fiction.

June 2013 "The Lottery" Letters. The Page-Turner from "The New Yorker" discusses Shirley Jackson's short story, "The Lottery". Read 180, Shirley Jackson, Best Short Stories, Small Drawings, Teaching Reading, Teaching Literature, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, English Language Arts

On Fans and Fan Mail

The second piece in a three-part series featuring Shirley Jackson’s lectures on fiction.

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Items In Shirley Jackson Stories I Have Longed For and Feared in Equal Measure

Shirley Jackson's most covetable items.