But I Really Wanted to Be an Anthropologist by Margaux Motin

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But I Really Wanted to Be an Anthropologist is an introduction to the world of Margaux, a charming 30-something living in Paris, navigating the world as an illustrator. This diary documents her day-to-day existence with her boyfriend and young daughter, drinking and smoking, and the difficulties of a persistent and precocious child. Anyone who’s ever worn inappropriate shoes to the supermarket or danced around the house in their underwear will be charmed by Motin’s irreverent humor.

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"A great choice for a beach read—or a guilty pleasure." —Publishers Weekly

 

About Margaux Motin

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Margaux Motin's illustration credits include covers for the French editions of Bridget Jones' Diary, Elle, and Cosmopolitan.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Harry N. Abrams. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Comics & Graphic Novels, Arts & Photography.

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French blogger and illustrator Motin makes her English-language debut in this funny and fresh translation of her first graphic novel.

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