To symbolize The Lottery, I embraced using the Black dot because it the climax of the story and brought suspension. No one knows if they had received the black dot and resembles if you should be stoned with chosen rocks. In the Lottery, they stoned people for a tradition like we celebrate Christmas, but it isn't fun and cheer it is death and blood!
Tone and theme
Its still not fair!!!!
As for Imagery I chose a scenery. As you see the flowers are blooming, Its summer and the grass is very green. According to the lines in The Lottery it said..."The morning of June 27th was clear sunny." "The grass was richly green." Tessie was upset that her husband Bill, got the dot and wanted to redo the draw.
Tessie is upset about her husband getting chosen and is complaining and using repetition by saying it over and over. Whenever there is repetition it is either important or causes a suspenseful event. Tessie was upset and led to something she din't see coming.
Tessie begins shouting it is not fair, and the villagers are getting ready to form a circle around Tessie, because they want to get this over with before noon and they stone her and the story begins to settle down. I used the tone suspense, because in according to the reading it said "Figuring out who had the black dot; Who is it? Who's got it." Next thing you know Tessie has it and she gets stoned. The theme is that "You get what you give." And this means Tessie stoned people before and got stoned herself.