By Daniel Lefferts for Bookish:
Billy Abbott, the protagonist of John Irving’s much-anticipated upcoming novel, “In One Person,” (out on May 8) has a decision to make. Miss Frost, his burning librarian crush, or Kittredge, the spry, charismatic wrestler? Meanwhile, he's struggling with his bisexual identity in a world that still treats heterosexuality as normative.
From Mrs. Dalloway to Top Ripley, here are seven literary characters who fall in love with both men and women.
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