In her story \”The Lottery\” Shirley Jackson describes a community who, gathering once every year, chooses a victim. In what ways might the story support Milgram\’s claim that (\”The Perils of obedience\”) \”the banality of evil comes closer to the truth than one might dare imagine.\”

In her story \”The Lottery\” Shirley Jackson describes a community who, gathering once every year, chooses a victim. In what ways might the story support Milgram\’s claim that (\”The Perils of obedience\”) \”the banality of evil comes closer to the truth than one might dare imagine.\”
Please, use only 3 sources listed below!!!!
Mention about the setting, metaphor and use direct quotes from the stories to support your claim.
4 full page essay
-The Perils of Obedience by Stanley Milgram
-In Group We Shrink by Carol Tavris
-The Lottery (1948) by Shirley Jackson