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But I Really Wanted to Be an Anthropologist
But I Really Wanted to Be an Anthropologist
Authors: By Margaux Motin, Translated by Edward Gauvin
Imprint: SelfMadeHero
ISBN: 1-906838-46-1
EAN: 9781906838461
Availability: In Stock
Publishing Date: 5/15/2012
Trim Size: 6 1/2 x 9 1/2
Page Count: 176
Cover: Hardcover
Illustrations: 176 full-color illustrations
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$24.95
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About the book
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.

Praise for But I Really Wanted to Be an Anthropologist:

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


About the author
Margaux Motin’s illustration credits include covers for the French editions of Bridget Jones’ Diary, Elle, and Cosmopolitan.


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