David Garnett (1892–1981) was a British writer and publisher, known for his membership in the Bloomsbury Group and for his novel 'Lady into Fox'. He was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction. Garnett was also a prominent figure in literary circles, and his works often explored themes of love, relationships, and transformation.
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A man's wife suddenly transforms into a fox, testing the boundaries of their love and marriage. The husband attempts to continue their relationship as normally as possible, treating his fox wife with the same affection and respect as before. However, as she becomes more fox-like in behavior and less human, their relationship becomes increasingly strained and complex. Ultimately, the story explores themes of love, transformation, and the human-animal divide.