Tuesday, December 1, 2009

57 Books from the University Book Sale: Book 23

Title: Lady into Fox (& A Man in the Zoo)
Author: David Garnett
Cover artist: "Loew" (see signature under the "Lady" — can't find an artist credit)

Yours for: postage

  • Yes, if my Lady turned into a (literal) Fox, I would look Exactly like that guy.
  • Actually, the fox may be mildly hotter than that lady, whose face and boobs appear to have been oddly pancaked.
  • Her veil / neckpiece is awesomely monstrous, like it's eating her head.
  • She appears to be twirling those flowers between her palms rather than just holding them.
  • The definition of "tore up!" (def. 2)

Page 123~

It was therefore decided that Mr. Cromartie should go straight back to his cage, though it was impressed upon him that he would not be expected to be on view to the public any longer than he wished, and that he must lie down to rest in his inner room for two or three hours every day.


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Alix said...

Way to work the passive voice! Otherwise -- zzzzzzzz...

Tulse said...

Is it one novel? Two? Are related in any other way than the suggestion of animalistic gender transformation?

I'm so confused...

Nicole "Gidget" Kalstein said...

That guy looks so dejected. "I said I wanted her to be foxier, I didn't want her to be an actual fox!"

Frank said...

Hey, the Japanese are all about the sexy fox-ladies! Kitsune!

Marla said...

Mr. Cromartie's imprisonment and unexplained display sound positively cozy.

JRSM said...

For what it's worth, both novellas in this book are rather ace. Shame about the cover, though.

Elaine said...

My thought when I saw the cover art: Chaucer's _Canterbury Tales_... evocative of wood cuts and deathless story lines! Honest!

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schatzi said...


How did I miss this one? It's one of my favorite books. Graghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.