T. S. Eliot Writing Styles in Four Quartets

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The point of view for Burnt Norton is first person. The point of view is limited and subjective, as everything appears the way that the narrator sees it. The point of view is important since this work is a poem and must be viewed through the eyes of the narrator. Burnt Norton is mostly exposition, with the only exception being an excerpt where the bird in the garden tells the narrator to "go, go, go" find the laughing children, hidden in the foliage. Additionally, the point of view is very abstract and philosophical, rather than concrete and realistic.

The point of view for East Coker is first person. The point of view is limited and subjective, as everything appears the way that the narrator sees it. The point of view is important since this work is a poem and must be viewed through the eyes of...

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