Jim Tulip wrote this essay in spring 1965 in the journal Balcony: The Sydney Review. This was sponsored by the Sydney University Arts Seminar Society. The essay is a powerful exploration of the confrontation between Hal and Falstaff. Henry IV & The Human Commitment to History Falstaff and Hal…
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.
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
Jim wrote this article for Volume I of the journal Sydney Studies in English (1975-1976). This was edited by G.A. Wilkes and A.P.Riemer. Click on the link below to view the article and adjust the text size as needed with your browser: ☛dramatic-representation-in-richard-ii