"To show that these permanent aspects of reality can work together is a way of liking the world. Miss Gardner, writing of Stonehenge (page 14), uses the words "order and symmetry" and "large and small concentric circles." But what she is doing is presenting early existence as orderly and mobile. Miss Gardner, writing of the pillars, the curves, the horizontals of Stonehenge, says:
In the arrangement there is a feeling for order and symmetry, and a rhythm that is varied by alternating the large and small concentric circles."