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...
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