A husband and wife venture outdoors for a walk in the Oxfordshire woodlands when the woman is suddenly, unaccountably, and irrevocably transformed into a fox. This simply told modern folktale offers a moving portrait of a man's devotion and a woman's struggle to maintain her humanity. Written in 1922 by a member of the Bloomsbury group, the tale features a strange but memorable combination of humor, fantasy, allegory, and realism in addition to enchanting woodcut illustrations.
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About the Author
David Garnett (1892–1981) was a prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group. He is best known as the author of Aspects of Love, the basis for Andrew Lloyd Webber's international hit musical of the same name.