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Oxford Byron Society Dinner, March 87
Trinity College Old Bursary, Oxford, 3 March 1987. Photos.
Byronic Guys, by Gilly Dragowicz. Some
observations of the romantic qualities of various Byronic men.
Marion, by Robert
Harington. A recollection of an old flame.
A Byronic Poem, by George Hector. An expression of annoyance at being
pressurised into writing a poem.
Presidential Peroration (prose), by
The Vision of Enjoyment, by
Danny Henrey. A supposed vision involving other B.S. members doing
various disreputable things.
He Walks in Darkness: An Infidel's Tale, by
Steven Hoey. An examination of a dark force.
Childe Harold's Pilchardage, by
Anthony Mellors. Not quite sure what this is about.
The Seance (prose), by
Chris Oakley. A recently-discovered addition to Mary Shelley's
Dan Juan, by Chris
Oakley. An account of an affair that the overlord had with a sheep.
The Death of Frank Luntz, by
Richard Todd. A requiem for an esteemed colleague.