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Sir Geoffrey Cust Faber (23 August 1889, Great Malvern – 31 March 1961) was a British academic, publisher, and poet. He was a nephew of the noted convert and hymn writer, Father Frederick William Faber, C.O., founder of the Brompton Oratory.
Faber was educated at Rugby School and Christ Church, Oxford. He joined Oxford University Press in 1913.
A fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, he was the founding editor of Faber and Gwyer (shortly afterwards Faber and Faber), one of the most celebrated of literary publishing houses.
- Interflow, Poems Mainly Lyrical (1915)
- In the Valley of Vision: Poems Written in Time of War (1918)
- Elnovia, An Entertainment for Novel Readers (1925)
- Oxford Apostles. A Character Study of the Oxford Movement (1933)
- A Publisher Speaking (1935)
- The Buried Stream: Collected Poems 1908–1940 (1941)
- Jowett: A Portrait with Background (1957)
- Twelve Years (1962), a poem
- Modern First Editions: Points and Values
- ^ Pine, L. G., ed., The Author's and Writer's Who's Who, 4th ed., 1960, p.125