Images - clear and sunny with the fresh warmth of a summer day.
figures of speech - " Liberty sat uneasily on most of them"
The stones represent the towns morals and innocence but as they throw the rocks at the end of the story it represents the loss of those morals and the morals being replaced with evil.
Tone and Theme - playful as the kids play collecting stones
The image words in this sentence are: warmth, clear, and sunny. clear and sunny are image words that describe a feeling of sight.
Symbol - kids and stones
liberty cannot actually sit on them therefore it's personification.
Juxtaposition - losing the lottery
The tone in the while the kids collect stones is very playful.
The children collecting stones in the beginning of the story represents the childlike innocence that children have. At the end of the story the children are told to throw those rocks, rocks representing their innocence. This represents the tradition of the town and how it impacts the towns youth.