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    Geoffrey Brereton
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Geoffrey Brereton (1906 – 1979) was a scholar and critic of French literature and Spanish literature. Geoffrey Brereton studied French and Spanish at Oxford University and took a doctorate thesis in Paris on José de Espronceda. He taught and practised journalism, then at the outbreak of the Second World War joined the BBC French Service in Algiers, as writer and eventually director.