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...
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