In 1928, Virgina Woolf published Orlando, the first novel in which the main character changes sex in the middle of the story. A century later, the philosopher Paul B. Preciado decides to write a letter to Virginia Woolf: his Orlando has come out of fiction and leads a life he would never have imagined.
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