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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.
(September 87); A disturbing event in the overlord's Oxford career.
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.
The Ides of March
(March 99); A natal hymn for the Overlord.
A Midsummer Night's Memory
(June 88); Childe Harold's herald disturbs a Byronic idyll.
A Pastoral Poetaster's Paradise
(June 88); Byronists in a rustic setting.
(June 87); A treatise on the problems attendant on having a magnetic schlong.
Anthem for Subsumed Youth
(March 88); A reflection on the timeless quality of the Byron Society.
Boy Hoey's Pilgrimage
(June 87); Steve's Oxford career in verse.
Byron & Shelley in hell
(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.
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
Lord Oakley's Secret
(August 92); A fictional (unfortunately) account of a day in the Doge's life.
More Joy of Poetry
(January 91); A spontaneous outburst of pure poetical enjoyment.
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.
(July 91); A coach containing Byronists is ambushed by Robin Hood.
(January 91); Political satire.
(January 92); A sheep auction in the Cotswolds.
The Brides of Lesbos
(June 87); A nautical tale involving the meeting of a crew of Byronic men with Byronic women.
The Byronic Bounty
(June 89); A postulated description of a sailing trip.
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.
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.
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.
(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.
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.
The Waltz for Harp and Spoon
(April 12); Steve discovers an admirer in a windsurfing instructor.
(June 96); A hymn to Bacchus.
Trinity Bards and Oxford Reviewers
(June 85); A lament for the lack of virginal purity amongst Byron Society lags.
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.
Carib Thoughts from Northern Shores
(November 92); An account of Lord Henrey's visit to Martinique.
(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
(July 91); Danny's conscience, in budgie form, comes to trouble him while he is sitting in contemplation on the throne.
(June 89); A charming (if somewhat abusive) idyll, based on Matthew Arnold.