1. What does the speaker state is eternally present in Part I of "Burnt Norton"?
All of time.
2. The speaker states, in the first part of "Burnt Norton," that what "might have been" is a(n) what?
A perpetual possibility.
3. The first part of "Burnt Norton" says that footfalls echo in what?
4. What, described in Part I of "Burnt Norton," lays on the other side of the door that the speaker and his auditor never opened?
5. What is disturbed on the bowl of rose-leaves, as mentioned in the first part of "Burnt Norton"?
6. What inhabits the garden of "Burnt Norton"'s first part?
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