Agatha Snow Abroad: A Sketch Book from her 1912 European Tour
Agatha! presents a sketch book created during a three-month 1912 tour of Europe by four young women, a tour nestled between the horrific sinking of the Titanic and the subsequent outbreak of WW1 in the Austrian-Hungary Empire through which the women passed as Agatha noted.
“Wonderment. Delight. Stimulation. All here, compliments of Agatha Snow and Susan Snow Lukesh. I will call this the most recent archaeological dig by Lukesh … She knows how to dig, whether it be literally for broken pottery … or, as here, figuratively into the adventures of her Great Aunt Agatha … Prediction: you will find Agatha utterly absorbing—and funny; and you’ll be grateful to Lukesh for giving her to us.”— Richard Flanagan, retired Professor of Creative Writing—from the Foreword
“[Agatha’s] drawings [are] less like ornamentation and more like nuggets of descriptive gold, capable of portraying vastly more information than anything less than a lengthy verbal account.”— Kipp T. Jarden, Graphic Artist—commenting in the Preface
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Print ISBN: 978-1-64438-917-1
Epub ISBN: 978-1-64438-918-8
Mobi ISBN: 978-1-64438-919-5