This seminal essay on Robert Lowell was written by Jim Tulip for the American Studies Down Under Conference and was published in Pacific Circle 4: Proceedings of the 6th and 7th Biennial Conferences of the Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association. Publisher ANZASA. Edited by Norman Harper and Elaine Barry. Of Woman Water James … More Of Woman, Water, and the New Perseus: A Reading of Robert Lowell’s Selected Poems, 1976.
This “Conversation” essay by Jim Tulip was first published in The Australian Journal of American Studies, Vol 5, No 2, December, 1986. Jim Tulip’s work in this field is pioneering. Conversation Reception JIm
James Tulip’s sustained essay on the poetry of David Campbell is now available for all to see. Read this and be inspired by Jim’s vision of the significance of … More James Tulip on David Campbell
This thesis was written in 1961-62 as a PhD Dissertation for the Department of English, the University of Chicago. As a study of the villain-hero, so early in my career, it highlights a life-time absorption on my part in this central location of creative energy in English literature. It was in my view Shakespeare’s springboard … More Richard III: A Study of the Elizabethan Villain-Hero.
James Tulip wrote this important essay as The Inaugural Victor J. Couch Lecture for the Catholic College of Education Sydney on December 6, 1988. James was at this time both an Associate Professor of English Literature and the Chairman of the Board of Studies in Divinity at the University of Sydney. Click on the link below … More Australian Literature, Religion and Culture: an Educational Perspective.
Jim Tulip published this essay in The Teaching of English English Teachers’ Association New South Wales, No 38, May 1980. Please click on the link below to read the essay and enlarge the text with your browser as necessary: A Reading of Shakespeare’s Henry IV
James Tulip wrote the following article for Sydney Studies in English Volume 1, 1975-6. Click on the following link to read the whole article and use your browser to enlarge the text as necessary. Richard 11
The third requisite in our poet or maker is imitation, imitatio, to be able to convert the substance or riches of another poet to his own use. To make choice of one excellent man above the rest, and so to follow him until he grow very he, or so like him as the copy may … More Volpone and Lear – Introduction
The following article appeared in Southerly: A Review of Australian Literature in Number 3 1984. jimmurray