Aspects of Love

Aspects of Love

David Garnett / Jul 19, 2019

Aspects of Love A young boy a beautiful actress an elderly aristocrat troubled desire and tangled emotions flowering against the glowing backgrounds of Southern France Italy and Paris in perilous defiance of the

  • Title: Aspects of Love
  • Author: David Garnett
  • ISBN: 9780679730422
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • A young boy, a beautiful actress, an elderly aristocrat troubled desire and tangled emotions flowering against the glowing backgrounds of Southern France, Italy and Paris, in perilous defiance of the barriers of age Such are the aspects of love in this passionate and unforgettable novel upon which Andrew Lloyd Webber based his musical.

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      • David Garnett

        David Garnett 9 March 1892 17 February 1981 , known as Bunny , was a British writer and publisher A prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group, Garnett received literary recognition when his novel Lady into Fox, an allegorical fantasy, was awarded the 1922 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction He ran a bookshop near the British Museum with Francis Birrell during the 1920s He also founded with Francis Meynell the Nonesuch Press He wrote the novel Aspects of Love 1955 , on which the later Andrew Lloyd Webber musical was based.The son of Richard Garnett, He was married to translator Constance Garnett, and father to Richard Garnett.


    757 Comments


    1. Sometimes I wonder is most reviews are just confessions of the reviewer's hand-me-down moral code. Peoplejust couldn't handle a book about poly lovers, incest, falling in love with 15-year olds, lesbianism, a very unchristian view of life and death (hand me the wine and the dice). For me, leaving all those preconceptions aside, I believe like Jenny in that childlike conviction that most (like to believe they)grow out: love leads. Too bad Alex couldn't hear Jenny's pure and abject cry outside of [...]


    2. An interesting story, considering Bunny Garnett and Angelica Garnett's history. An interesting love triangle that moves through and various parts of France. I've never seen the musical that this loosely based on but I'd imagine it has to be very loosely based. As usual Garnett's prose is easy to read and enjoyable. This book was a page turner. One's for Bloomsbury fans as will as fans of a good yarn.



    3. I felt this book was a synopsis to a book not a book itself but I thought the story itself was ok so I give this book 2 stars.Rose takes advantage of the younger Alexis trading in her looks and feminine charm for board and lodging at Alexis' uncle's place. Because Rose gives him sexual peace that he has never known before and Alexis' gives her the security that she has desired, they both feel a spirit of contentment in their present life. His uncle George came and interrupted the couple rehearsi [...]


    4. This is not a novel for everyone. Garnett's novel is somewhat outdated in its style, the writing is at times quaint, despite the subject matter. Aspects of Love, the novel which inspired the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, follows the coming of age of Alexis, a young soldier in love with an actress, Rose. Alexis' pursuit of Rose becomes intertwined with his uncle, her daugther, his uncle's lover, Rose's lover, and an assortment of other bit players. The book was originally released in Britain in 19 [...]


    5. So, I finished this pretty fast.Never judge a book by its cover. This book kinda deceived me, you see, I saw this beautiful picture of young British people dancing in a harbor in the early 50s and a couple kissing passionately, and I just thought I'd love it.So, okay, it wasn't that bad -in fact, it's got some great lines on it, and it's pretty witty-, but it definitely wasn't what I was expecting. It was some kind of light story full of ironies and tragedies in life that are taken lightly, and [...]


    6. This is such an odd, European little book, and I have an absurd fascination with it that is probably the greater for the weakness of the writing. (Flaw or feature?) I can't give it a star rating. It's never inspired me to read anything else Bloomsbury, sadly, or to pick up any of the books the characters talk about, both of which would probably enrich my life. I guess I've read some Turgenev and Ibsen. (Have I read Ibsen, or just read The Sanctuary Tree? Unclear.)


    7. I thought this was beautifully written and very interesting. I haven't ever listened to ALW's musical, and now I think I will :) But the characters were horribly immoral. It disgusted me so see how Rose just slept around with men even though she was married, and it was considered normal! Alexis wasn't much better, and Jenny shocked me.


    8. This is the novella that the Andrew Lloyd Weber musical is based from. It's so short, though, there really wasn't much more depth to the story than what I got from reading the liberetto in the CD cover for the musical. A very twisted love polygon story. I think it's interesting.


    9. Garnett was a very minor Bloomsbury writer, son-in-law to Vanessa Bell. I love/d the musical and read and reread this book when I was about fifteen years old and continually pining after older men.


    10. Huh. So *that's* why my copy of this out-of-print novel (a super cool 1955 edition from the Olson Library in Marquette, Michigan) was only checked out once. I'm glad it was a fast read!



    11. Quick read, and really lovely. I've been a longtime fan of this musical, and was interested to see how it compared to the book. I really enjoyed it.



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