I’ve written before here about my membership of the Coleridge Memorial Trust and being able to contribute some small snippets of writing to a public lectern and a series of mobile banners, three of the latter which are pictured above.
Not by a long chalk am I a Coleridge scholar, but I enjoyed reading his poetry as a teenager, and then later teaching what I appreciated and knew about his writing to other teenagers, especially my great liking for his poem The Eolian Harp. The following banner contains a public offering of that liking for and interpretation of this important poem:
The illustrations and images and indeed most of the other detailed texts provided by a friend and fellow CMT member across all ten banners is impressive. I particularly like the image for this poem, which I have edited to a closer view: