During William Dolby's career and well into retirement he wrote many essays and articles for numerous industry journals as a respected scholar on his subject. We have not yet managed to get hold of all of these articles as in true-form Bill managed to lose them as he moved onto his next project. But we hope, through the kind assistance of the associated journals and societies, to get our hands on them soon and for display here.
Otherwise, below is what we have collated so far. We can though provide second-hand copies of these articles/essays but again, as a work in progress, we will plan to seek agreement with the relevant journals in order to give them the light-of-day here.
|Kuan Han-Ch'ing's San-ch'ü of Reclusion|
|The origins of Chinese puppetry by William Dolby|
|A preliminary look at "Twelve" in Chinese tradition by William Dolby|
|'Tea-trading Ship' and the Tale of Shuang Chien and Su Little Lady|
|Dancing Phoenixes by William Dolby|
|The Origins of Chinese Drama by William Dolby|
|An Iconoclastic Humourist by William Dolby|
|Famine, a translation by William Dolby|