At Face Value: The Life and Times of Eliza McCormack and John White
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 3 Ιουν 1992 - 262 σελίδες
In a parish register in Ireland, Akenson discovered a record naming an Eliza McCormack White as John's sister. Employing imaginative reconstruction, he proposes that Eliza McCormack, a transvestite prostitute who was in central Canada at the time John White arrived on the Canadian scene, was actually John's sister. Further, he suggests that John White can be best understood by recognizing that he was in fact Eliza!
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