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Gerald William Bullett (1893 — 1958) was a British man of letters. He was known as a novelist, essayist, short story writer, critic and poet. He wrote both supernatural fiction and some children's literature. One of his novels was Mr. Godly Beside Himself (1924)a humorous fantasy story about a modern man who exchanges places with his doppelganger in fairyland. Brian Stableford likensBullet's novel to other works of post-WWI British fantasy, such as Stella Benson's Living Alone (1919), and Hope Mirrlees'Lud-in-the-Mist (1926).
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He was born in London, and educated at Jesus College, Cambridge. During World War II he worked for the BBC in London, and after the war was a radio broadcaster.