Narratorappears in Burnt Norton
This character observes the world through a meditation on the element of air.
Narratorappears in East Coker
This character is preoccupied with the relationship of earth, in the sense of the traditional elements, to the world as a whole.
Narratorappears in The Dry Salvages
This character meditates upon water from the location of a lighthouse.
Narratorappears in Little Gidding
This character is preoccupied with the notion of fire, both earthly and spiritual.
Birdappears in Burnt Norton
This character urges a poem's narrator to enter into a garden.
Childrenappears in Burnt Norton
These characters cause the poem's narrator to search for them in a rose garden.
Man and womanappears in East Coker
These characters are representative of the celebration of marriage.
Surgeonappears in East Coker
This character must hurt in order to heal.
Riverappears in The Dry Salvages
This character is a god often forgotten...
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