From Library Journal
This rather odd 1970 Irish outing calls itself a "heroi-cyclic novel." Protagonist Evelyn Hillary O'Rooley, having trouble deciding on her/his gender, undertakes a series of tests while waiting at the airport for a flight. Still on the avant-garde side.
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About the Author
Novelist, biographer, and critic Brigid Brophy wrote nine works of fiction, including The King of a Rainy Country and In Transit. She also wrote a number of works of nonfiction, which included books on Aubrey Beardsley and Mozart, as well as co-authoring the infamous Fifty Works of English Literature We Could Do Without.