Pack of crazy fools! You might as well go back to living in caves
Figures of Speech- Metaphor
Old Man Warren is a symbol for stubborness because he talks about how silly it is that the villages are getting rid of the lottery, and says they might as well be living in caves.
In the beginning of the story there is a line that says "The flowers were blossoming profusely and the grass was richly green." This is imagery because with this decription you can paint a picture in your mind of a field covered in green grass with flowers blossoming all over.
Mr.Summers, has a wife and the townspeoples feel sorry for hime because "His wife was a scold." It is a metaphor because the townspeople are comparing Mr. Summers' wife to a scold, which is someone who is grumpy or angry all the time.
All the men in the crowd holding the small papers in their hands turning them over and over nervously. The tone of this moment in the story is nervous because none of the townspeople know who is going to "win."
The story says "The black box grew shabbier each year; by now it was no longer completely black, but badly splintered along its side." This vivid description lets you easily see the state of this old box in your mind.