The problem was, what to do with the sculpture. It certainly wasn't suitable for the chapel, and putting it in one of the quads would have been asking for trouble. So they decided to build this little rotunda for it. It's off the beaten path down a dark, narrow corridor. Even so, it has been the inspiration for many pranks by undergraduates over the years--often involving the application of brightly colored paint to portions of the poet's anatomy. As a result access is carefully controlled, that's why we were lucky to get to see it on Oxford Open Doors weekend.