McSweeney’s has revived David Garnett’s debut novel, Lady Into Fox, complete with original wood engravings. In the Twenties, Garnett was a member of the Bloomsbury set. Virginia Woolf, Joseph Conrad, and H.G. Wells were among the contemporaries heralding Garnett’s book when it was published in 1922.
On February 14, in New York City, the Collins Library presents readings from the book, by Tom Bissell, Rachel Cohen, Paul Collins, Dan Kennedy, and Todd Pruzan.
You can sample the the novel online, courtesy of Project Gutenberg.