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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 gained a First in Classical Moderations in 1910 and a First in Literae Humaniores ('Greats') in 1912. In 1913 he joined the Oxford University Press.
- 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
- Oxford University Calendar 1914, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1914, pp. 198, 210
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