In One Person

By Dawn Raffel, Reader's Digest Editor at Large, Books

in one person book cover

John Irving, the literary provocateur who brought us The World According to Garp, returns with an exploration of love, sexuality, the AIDS epidemic of the ’80s, and the search for self.

From the book: “Given my grandfather’s elevated status in our town, it was perhaps surprising that the First Sister Players always cast him in female roles … I actually remember my grandfather better as a woman than as a man.”