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Works about Richard Schulze
As the main subject:
The Byronic Spirit
The Destruction of BLV 666
(June 85); A tragic tale about the supposed immersion of Richard Schulze's vintage Aston Martin in cow dung.
(March 89); A biographical piece about Mad Jack Schulze.
Boy Hoey's Pilgrimage
(June 87); Steve's Oxford career in verse.
Childe Danny's Pilgrimage
(June 85); An account of the Trinity M.C.R. rowing eight in Trinity term, 1985.
(January 90); Danny, obviously not "getting it" at the time, vents his frustration in verse.
English Grads and (other) Raunch Purveyors
(March 88); Satire on Byron Society creative work.
Intro to Proc Vol 1
Kingsley Amis: a song of experience
(March 89); The society's overlord gives an account of some of his sexual exploits.
(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.
OU who BS
(September 03); A descriptive piece about the Byron Society
The Brides of Lesbos
(June 87); A nautical tale involving the meeting of a crew of Byronic men with Byronic women.
(September 03); Lord Henrey contemplates the terrible majesty of the B.S.
The Destruction of Balliol
(June 87); A imagined sacking of Balliol College, Oxford.
The Newstead Games
(January 91); An account of games at Newstead Abbey, hosted by Lord Byron.
The Rime of the Ancient College Scout
(April 12); A college servant recollects.
The Spy Who Came To Dinner
The Spy Witch Loved Me
(March 89); A sultry seductive sensual siren seeks to assassinate Steve.
The Temptation of Faustus
(March 88); A fantasy in which Faustus is shown the lifestyles of various Byronists as part of his temptation.
The Vision of Enjoyment
(March 87); A supposed vision involving other B.S. members doing various disreputable things.
To His Blank Laptop
(September 03); Reflections when confronted with a blank PC screen.
We live in dark days
(March 89); Richard is warned in a dream about the likely consequence of a Byronic life.