Four Quartets Setting & Symbolism

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Burnt Norton, appears in Burnt Norton

Burnt Norton is a country house near Chipping Campden in North Gloucestershire which belongs to the Viscount Sandon, son of the Earl of Harrowby. T.S. Eliot visits Burnt Norton in the summer of 1934.

Rose Garden, appears in Burnt Norton

The rose garden is located at Burnt Norton. The beautiful rose garden is the setting for the poem, Burnt Norton.

Time, appears in Burnt Norton

Time present and time past are located in time future, while time future is contained in time past. Time is eternally present and unredeemable. Only through time, time is conquered.

Gloomy Hills, appears in Burnt Norton

The gloomy hills are the hills of London, Hampstead, Clerkenwell, Campden, Putney, Highgate, Primrose and Ludgate.

Bell, appears in Burnt Norton

The bell tolls and, along with time, buries the day.

Light, appears in Burnt Norton

Light is located at the...

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