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Four Quartets Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

List and describe at least three instances of Christian imagery in these poems.

Each poem is associated with the classical elements of air, earth, water and fire. Find references to each of these within the four poems.

Pick one poem and describe the importance of time within that individual quartet.

List two instances of contrasting ideas (such as "the door we never opened") in Burnt Norton, and explain the purpose of this repetitive method.

Explain the repetition of "in my beginning is my end" throughout East Coker.

Compare and contrast the river and the sea using the information provided in The Dry Salvages.

What is the significance of purpose in Little Gidding?

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