What Becomes You

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What Becomes You

AARON RAZ LINK & HILDA RAZ

University of Nebraska Press

Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Aaron Raz Link 1
  • The Sea 3
  • ABC 12
  • Love Gets Strange 25
  • Rebel without a Cause 48
  • Burying Ophelia 59
  • Not Coming out 63
  • Psychological Considerations 67
  • Surgery I 98
  • Still Life with Hormones 109
  • A Wonderful Life 116
  • The Sex Change 122
  • Surgery II 129
  • Freaks 156
  • Testosterone 160
  • Men 170
  • Service 172
  • Flaunting 181
  • The Myth of Fingerprints 192
  • Token 201
  • My Mother's Ring 205
  • Hilda Raz 221
  • The Book and Its Cover 223
  • Fact/Fiction 229
  • The Letter 238
  • Scars 240
  • Surgery 242
  • Stock 248
  • Bias 259
  • Pity and Laughter 262
  • Girls Just Want to Have Fun 264
  • Reading Garber 272
  • Looking at Aaron 281
  • Watching Aaron Teach 289
  • Three-Minute Autobiography 293
  • University of Nebraska Press 298
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