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Works about Danny Henrey
As the main subject:
Childe Danny's Pilgrimage (or No Race for the Weary)
(June 85); An account of the Trinity M.C.R. rowing eight in Trinity term, 1985.
Childe Danny's Pilgrimage (Part Two)
(May 01); Further adventures of Danny.
(March 87); A descriptive piece about an affair the overlord had with a beautiful sheep.
Danno, an Oxford Story
(Apr 19); More adventures of Danny.
(September 87); A disturbing event in the overlord's Oxford career.
The Ides of March
(March 99); A natal hymn for the Overlord.
Kingsley Amis: a song of experience
(March 89); The overlord gives an account of some of his sexual exploits.
Lord Henrey's Last Voyage
(August 98); Lord Henrey's first and last self-sacrificing act.
Anthem for Subsumed Youth
(March 88); A reflection on the timeless quality of the Byron Society.
(January 92); A sheep auction in the Cotswolds.
Boy Hoey's Pilgrimage
(June 87); Steve's Oxford career in verse.
The Brides of Lesbos
(June 87); A nautical tale involving the meeting of a crew of Byronic men with Byronic women.
Byron & Shelley in hell
The Byronic Bounty
(June 89); A postulated description of a sailing trip.
(March 87); Some observations on the romantic qualities of various Byronic men.
(December 87); A gargoyle takes Steve from his spread sheets in New York to a Byron Society dinner.
Childe Harold's Pilchardage
(March 87); I am not at all clear as to what this poem is about.
(January 90); Danny, obviously not "getting it" at the time, vents his frustration in verse.
The Death of Frank Luntz
(March 87); A requiem for an esteemed colleague.
The Destruction of Balliol
(June 87); A imagined sacking of Balliol College, Oxford.
(March 89); Richard is warned in a dream about the likely consequence of a Byronic life.
Editorial for Proc Vol 1
Editorial for Proc Vol 2
English Grads and (other) Raunch Purveyors
(March 88); Satire on Byron Society creative work.
He Walks in Darkness
(March 87); An examination of a dark force.
Intro to Proc Vol 1
The Legacy of Finoula O'Halloran
(January 91); A tale about a Celtic sorceress, who, consorting with Satan, brings a strange curse upon herself and her female descendants.
Lord Oakley's Secret
(August 92); A fictional (unfortunately) account of a day in the Doge's life.
A Midsummer Night's Memory
(June 88); Childe Harold's herald disturbs a Byronic idyll.
More Joy of Poetry
(January 91); A spontaneous outburst of pure poetical enjoyment.
The Newstead Games
(January 91); An account of games at Newstead Abbey, hosted by Lord Byron.
The Night Visitor
(January 92); Lord Byron visits to express his approval of the few Byronists who bothered to turn up to the weekend in Castle Combe.
Ode on the occasion of Lord Steven's 30th anniversaire
(March 93); A brief, and not unflattering account of Steve Hoey's life so far.
A Pastoral Poetaster's Paradise
(June 88); Byronists in a rustic setting.
(November 86); A fellowship at All Souls is awarded to the winner of a urinating competition.
The Rime of the Ancient College Scout
(April 12); A college servant recollects.
The Rime of the Ancient Sheep Molestor
(June 88); A somewhat exaggerated account of a sailing weekend in July 1987.
(July 91); A coach containing Byronists is ambushed by Robin Hood.
(January 91); Political satire.
The Sating of a Satyr
(June 89); A hymn to pure love. Have a sick bag ready before you start reading.
The Spy Who Came To Dinner
The Spy Witch Loved Me
(March 89); A sultry seductive sensual siren seeks to assassinate Steve.
(June 96); A hymn to Bacchus.
(June 87); A treatise on the problems attendant on having a magnetic schlong.
Trinity Bards and Oxford Reviewers
(June 85); A lament for the lack of virginal purity amongst Byron Society lags.
The Waltz for Harp and Spoon
(April 12); Steve discovers an admirer in a windsurfing instructor.
We live in dark days
(February 87); Preamble with invitation for March 1987 dinner
Zelda in Zurich
(September 03); A poetry-loving zebra seeks enlightenment from the overlord.
(July 91); Danny's conscience, in budgie form, comes to trouble him while he is sitting in contemplation on the throne.
Carib Thoughts from Northern Shores
(November 92); An account of Lord Henrey's visit to Martinique.
(April 19); Recollections of student life.
(August 87); An epic about Danny's trip to the U.S. in the summer of '87.
Ode to the Byronic life
(March 89); An expression of the Byronic spirit, using B.S. members as examples.
Ode to the Dark Side
(April 89); A variant on "Ode to the Byronic life" with a darker tone.
(March 87); Address to the Byron Society
(May 92); An excerpt which all should acknowledge, is definitely not ripped off from 'Brideshead Revisited'.
Swordfish Says It All
(June 89); A charming (if somewhat abusive) idyll, based on Matthew Arnold.