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please help In Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" how does the author use Tessie's late arrival to help create suspense?

A. the reader knows that tessie is joining a crowd for an important event.
B. the reader can infer that the children are excited to see Tessie
C. the reader understands that the towns people expect her to win the lottery
D. the reader experiences polite chatter between her and the townspeople.

my answer is c

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  1. Yes, C.

  2. I thought you said it was A

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  3. lol

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  4. What is the actual answer to this?

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  5. damn you

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