Biography: British writer and publisher David Garnett (1892-1981) was a leading member of the literary Bloomsbury group. In addition to writing acclaimed novels like Lady into Fox (1922), Garnett ran a bookstore and co-founded the publishing company, Nonesuch Press. He was known as unconventional in his relationships; his second wife was the daughter of Duncan Grant, one of his male lovers. Garnett is remembered today for the novel Aspects of Love (1955) which was the basis for the Andrew-Lloyd Webber musical.

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