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A Tragic Biochemist
, by Masato "Giaour" Miyazaki (June 87); A treatise on the problems attendant
on having a magnetic schlong.
Byronic Guys, by Gilly "Nurse May" Dragowicz
(March 87). Some observations on the romantic qualities of various Byronic men.
Coming up to Oxford
, by Anthony "Wordsworth" Fraser (March 88); A truly lyrical account of the
poet's inner journey.
OU who BS, by Karen "Countess Oxford"
Henrey-Davies (September 03); An examination of the nature of the Byron
Our Fuk'd City
, by Mark "Scrope Davies" Selcow (October 01); A postulated reaction of L. B.
to contemporary San Francisco.
, by Ian "Sir Francis Burdett" Fraser (March 89). Mr. Fraser puts Mrs. Thatcher
in her place.
, by Adam Davison (January 91). More political satire.
The Black Sheep
, by Grant Deane (June 87); A solemn warning to sheep molestors everywhere.
The Love Song of J. Charlotte Proof-Reader
, by Charlotte "Margarita Cogni" Stoudt. I think you would have to study modern
Lit. Crit. to understand this one.
The Oxford Union
, by Greg "Fletcher" Cohn (November 92); An American tells us what he thinks of
the Oxford Union.
The Tale of Peg O' My Heart , by Josh "Charles
Matthews" Litwin (August 98); A sea shanty about a sailing trip in Chesapeake