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Works about Richard Todd
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.
Boy Hoey's Pilgrimage
(June 87); Steve's Oxford career in verse.
English Grads and (other) Raunch Purveyors
(March 88); Satire on Byron Society creative work.
Intro to Proc Vol 1
Kome who Khan
(June 88); A lament for the lack of interest in society debauches.
The Brides of Lesbos
(June 87); A nautical tale involving the meeting of a crew of Byronic men with Byronic women.
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.
The Newstead Games
(January 91); An account of games at Newstead Abbey, hosted by Lord Byron.
The Sating of a Satyr
(June 89); A hymn to pure love. Have a sick bag ready before you start reading.
The Vision of Enjoyment
(March 87); A supposed vision involving other B.S. members doing various disreputable things.
(June 89); A charming (if somewhat abusive) idyll, based on Matthew Arnold.
Anthem for Subsumed Youth
(March 88); A reflection on the timeless quality of the Byron Society.
More Joy of Poetry
(January 91); A spontaneous outburst of pure poetical enjoyment.