Millar MacLure obtained his B.A. at Acadia University and his doctorate at the University of Toronto. He joined the Department of English at Victoria College in 1953. His field of research was the English Renaissance, particularly Christopher Marlowe and George Chapman. From 1960 to 1965 he edited The University of Toronto Quarterly. This work no doubt prevented him from becoming -- as first planned -- Associate Editor, under F. E. L. Priestley, for the 1962-63 edition of Representative Poetry, but he nonetheless edited and annotated the selections from Edmund Spenser in the first volume in 1962. He retired as Professor Emeritus in 1981.
- Essays in English literature from the Renaissance to the Victorian Age: presented to A.S.P. Woodhouse. Ed. Millar MacLure and F. W. Watt. Toronto: University Press, 1964. PR 99 W6
- MacLure, Millar. George Chapman, a Critical Study. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966. PR 2453 M3
- --. The Paul's Cross sermons, 1534-1642. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1958. BV 4208 G7M3
- --. Register of Sermons Preached at Paul's Cross, 1534-1642. Ottawa Dovehouse Editions, 1989. Rev. Jackson Campbell Boswell and Peter Pauls. BV 4208 G7M32
- Marlowe, Christopher. The Poems. Ed. Millar MacLure. London: Methuen, 1968. PR 2662 M22
- Marlowe, the Critical Heritage, 1588-1896. Ed. Millar Maclure. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979. PR 2674 M29
SOURCES FOR CAREER
- Harris, Robin S. English Studies at Toronto: A History. Governing Council, University of Toronto, 1988.