Collection K/PP173 - BULLOUGH, Geoffrey (1901-1982)

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BULLOUGH, Geoffrey (1901-1982)


  • [1957-1975] (Creation)

Level of description



1 box, 0.1 cubic metres

Scope and content

Papers of Geoffrey Bullough, [1957-1975] contain typescript proofs of publications edited by Bullough. The collection contains annotated galley proofs from Bullough's Narrative and dramatic sources of Shakespeare (Columbia U.P, 1957 and later editions), notably including two copies of The Tradegie of Antonie by Robert Garnier, translated by Mary Herbert (1595) and two copies of The Troublesome raigne of King John (anonymous, 1591); carbon copy of The Taming of the Shrew [edited 1957-1975], which includes pencil annotation 'check this with original text'; annotated photocopy of Rosalynde. Euphues Golden Legacie by Thomas Lodge, (1592) [edited 1957-1975], perhaps suggesting that Bullough intended to edit this work; University of London BA examination paper for internal and external students in English, 1974 and University of London BA general examination paper for external students in Middle English 1300-1525, 1974.

System of arrangement

Retained in its original order.

General Information

Name of creator


Biographical history

Geoffrey Bullough born 27 January 1901, educated at Stand Grammar School, Whitefield and Manchester University, BA first class honours in English, 1922; MA English, 1923; teaching diploma, 1923; awarded Gissing Prize, 1921; Withers Prize in Education, 1923; John Bright Fellowship in English Literature, 1923-1924; master of Grammar School of Queen Elizabeth in Tamworth, 1924-1926; assistant lecturer in English Literature at Manchester University, 1926-1929; lecturer in English Literature at Edinburgh University, 1929-1933, Professor of English Literature at University of Sheffield, 1933-1946; Professor of English Language and Literature, King's College London, 1946-1968; Governor of Chelsea College of Science and Technology, 1952-1968; Fellow of King's College, 1964; honorary Doctor of Literature, Manchester, 1969. Died 1982.

Publications include: Narrative and dramatic sources of Shakespeare (Columbia U.P, 1957 and later editions), Philosophical poems of Henry More comprising Psychozoia and minor poems (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1931); Shakespeare the Elizabethan , (London, 1963); The trend of modern poetry (Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1934) and The Oxford book of seventeenth century verse chosen by H.J.C. Grierson and G. Bullough (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1951).

Custodial history

Transferred to King's College London Archives from King's College London Library.

Conditions governing access

Open, subject to signature of Reader's undertaking form, and appropriate provision of two forms of identification, to include one photographic ID.

Conditions governing reproduction

Copies, subject to the condition of the original, may be supplied from open material for research purposes only.

Requests to publish original material should be submitted to the Archives.

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

Finding aids

No additional finding aids exist.

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Rules and/or conventions used

Compiled in compliance with General International Standard Archival Description, ISAD(G), second edition, 2000.


Archivist's note

Sources: British Library OPAC, Who's Who 1971 (A & C Black, London, 1971)

Compiled by Samantha Velumyl.

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