Burnt Nortonappears in Burnt Norton
This location was a country house belonging to the son of the Earl of Harrowby.
Rose Gardenappears in Burnt Norton
This is a beautiful location through which the poem's narrator meditates upon time, particularly the past and the possibilities it once had.
Timeappears in Burnt Norton
This object is a frequent subject of meditation in The Four Quartets; only through itself can it be conquered.
Gloomy Hillsappears in Burnt Norton
These objects are to be found in London, Hampstead, Clerkenwell, Campden, Putney, Highgate, Primrose and Ludgate.
Bellappears in Burnt Norton
This object, along with time, buries the day.
Lightappears in Burnt Norton
This object is to be found at the "still turning point of the world."
Wordsappears in Burnt Norton
Only by form and pattern can these objects reach into the stillness.
Voices of Temptationappears in Burnt Norton
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