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A boy was guarding the stones for use during the lottery to stone the winner.
Mr. Warner said an old saying that had been around forever, but it was really hinting that the lottery was an event caused by superstition.
"Lottery In June, Corn Be Heavy Soon."
Tessie kept saying that the lottery wasn't fair and that means that the theme is that it is not always good to listen to society.
It isn't fair.
The rock symbolizes and death because when people see them piled in the corner of the square they are reminded that they will be used kill somebody.
The irony in this story is quite gruesome because you would expect the winner to walk away with riches, but in all actuality they don't walk away at all because they get stoned to death with rocks.
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