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David Garnett

David GarnettBorn: 9-Mar-1892
Birthplace: Brighton, East Sussex, England
Died: 17-Feb-1981
Location of death: Le Verger Charry, Montcuq, France
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Lady into Fox

Military service: Royal Air Force (WWII, 1939-)

With the Bloomsbury Group.

Co-Founder of the Nonesuch Press, with Francis Meynell.

Father: Edward Garnett
Mother: Constance Garnett
Girlfriend: Francis Birrell
Boyfriend: Duncan Grant
Wife: Rachel Alice Marshall (d. 1940, two children)
Wife: Angelica Bell (dau. of Duncan Grant, until his death, four children)
Daughter: Amaryllis Garnett (b. 1943, d. 1973 drowned)

    University: Botany. Royal College of Science, London

Author of books:
Lady into Fox (1922, novel)
A Man in the Zoo (1924, novel)
The Sailor's Return (1925, novel)
Go She Must! (1927, novel)
The Old Dove Cote (1928, short stories)
Never Be a Bookseller (1929, memoir)
No Love (1929, novel)
The Grasshoppers Come (1931)
A Terrible Day (1932)
Pocahontas (1933)
Beany-Eye (1935)
The Battle of Britain (1941)
War in the Air (1941)
The Campaign in Greece and Crete (1942)
The Golden Echo (1953, memoir)
The Flowers of the Forest (1955, memoir)
Aspects of Love (1955, novel)
A Shot in the Dark (1958)
A Net for Venus (1959, novel)
The Familiar Faces (1962, memoir)
Two by Two (1963, novel)
Ulterior Motives (1966, novel)
First "Hippy" Revolution (1970)
A Clean Slate (1971, novel)
The Sons of the Falcon (1972, novel)
Purl and Plain (1973, short stories)
Plough Over the Bones (1973, novel)
The Master Cat (1974)
Up She Rises (1977)
Great Friends: Portraits of Seventeen Writers (1979)
The Secret History of PWE: The Political Warfare Executive, 1939-1945 (2002)

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