I left out the following sentences. Thank you Writeacher.
1) The objective correlative is a phrase coined by Eliot himself, who maintained that poetry must be objective, impersonal, and images are the objective correlative of the emotions they aim to suggest (they evoke?).
2) Eliot does not describe an emotion, but presents the objects and the actions in such a way that the emotion produced in the reader more poignantly.
1. OK -- use "evoke"
2. ... in such a way that emotion is produced more poignantly in the reader.posted by Writeacher