As one of Britain's best and most loved travel writers, Jan Morris has led an extraordinary life. Perhaps her most remarkable work is this grippingly honest account of her ten-year transition from man to woman - its pains and joys, its frustrations and discoveries. On first publication in 1974, the book generated enormous interest and curiosity around the world, and was subsequently chosen by The Times as one of the '100 Key Books of Our Time'. Including a new introduction, this re-issue marks a return to that particular journey.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SigmundFraud - LibraryThing
Conundrum by Jan Morris is a fascinating story of how James Morris became Jan Morris. James since he was four years old felt he was a girl yet he grew up as a male and served in the British Armed ... Read full review
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Jan Morris is one of my favorite travel writers and I love his trilogy about India so I was interested to read this memoir. Here he talks about his personal journey from James to Jan, with honesty and elegance. Read full review