Coleridge's Life Timeline
Coleridge attended Jesus College, Cambridge
1791 - 1794
He won the Browne Gold Medal for an ode that he wrote on the slave trade
Coleridge published,a poem which was the starting point for the Romantic age.
He travelled to Sicily, working as an Acting Public Secretary
He gave a series of lectures in London and Bristol for younger poets.
1810 - 1820
Coleridge translated the Goethe's classic Faust
He notably published Sibylline Leaves
In Gillman's home, he finished his major prose work, the Biographia Literaria
He published Aids to Reflection
He published Church and State
Death was a result of heart failure which was linked to his use of opium
25 July 1834