An Age of License: A Travelogue by Lucy Knisley

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Reviewed by Emily Terasa (Library Staff)

In this stunning graphic memoir, Lucy Knisley recounts her charming adventures through Europe, including picnics at the Eiffel Tower, romance in cafes, and plenty of interesting food and cute cat cameos. While this is part travelogue and journal, Knisley digs deeper into her anxieties about her life and career and where she is headed. An Age of License comes from a French saying that points to young people having time to do what they want when they are young; they are given a license to explore. This is a wonderfully whimsical and beautiful graphic memoir that many will enjoy.

Available through the CAFE Library System

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