Bill Hutchinson's got it, Bill Hutchinson's got it
This is at the beginning of the story where Mr. Summers is telling everyone to gather for the lottery. The conflict of the story is Man v. Society. The society wants to continue this tradition and will do anything to make sure the tradition carries through.
No! It isn't fair!
It's not us...
Everybody get some rocks
Now, Mr. Summers is telling all the men to come up to the box where the slips of paper are, and draw one, but don't open them.
Mr. Summers then tells the men to open there slips of paper. Everone shouts the Bill Hutchinson's has got the slip of paper. Tessie, Mr. Hutchinson's wife, tries to explain to everyone that it wasn' fair because Mr. Summer's didn't give him enough time.
Then, all of the Hutchinson's draw slips of paper from the box, one by one they all say they don't have it, until they get to Tessie. Tessie then opens the slip of paper and reveals that she has the black dot, this is when the suspense is over and the reader knows who is going to get stoned
This is when the falling action occurs and Tessie goes by the barn where she gets stones and Mr. Summers tells everyone to grab some stones.
Finally, Tessie is getting stoned and knows that she is going to die