On a walk in an Oxfordshire forest, a beloved wife is unaccountably transformed into a fox in this modern folktale.
Written in 1922 by David Garnett, a member of the Bloomsbury Group, this short novel combines humor, fantasy, allegory, and realism in a portrait of a husband’s devotion and a woman’s struggle to maintain her humanity. Includes charming woodcut illustrations.
On New Year’s Day 1917 Carrington noted in her diary that her portrait of Lytton Strachey was finished; knowing her achievement, she hugged it to herself. ‘I should like to go on always painting...Read more