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Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor wear to the bottom edge of the jacket otherwise a very good copy throughout. "The most honest and acutely revealing account we have yet had of the transsexual experience".
Very Good/Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0030406463 Hadrback Hardback. First Edition. Small pen mark to bottom edge. Slight foxing to edge. Slight shelf wear to top edge of D/J. Nancy Hunt's Mirror Image begins where Jan Morris's Conundrum left off. it is undoubtedly the most honest and acutely revealing account we have yet had of the transsexual experience. Today many thousands of men and women are living under the painful conviction that their psychological sex is the opposite of their genetic sex. Nancy Hunt tells that that is like-the multiple agonies and pressures of behaving like a man while craving to be a woman-and then, in extraordinary detail, she relates the step-by-step physical transformation. It is a story filled with paradox: how the man (she once was) found greatest satisfaction as a solider and as a reporter on hazardous assignment; how that man's change of sex was deliverately aided by the one woman who had finally given him sexual fulfillment; how the Tribune stood by their employee through her metamorphosis; and how a harrowingly complext surgical procedure accomplished the final change so effectively as to leave her subsequent lovers convinced she was a genetic woman. With eloquence and astonishing self-percetion, Nancy Hunt has written a riveting book that goes beyond her remarkable story to shed new light on the enigma of human sexuality. 263 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions etc. )
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