After his mother’s death, Paul’s father was urged to send his son to a school in Great Britain. However, Mr Clarke feared that a sensitive boy like Paul would fare badly in the tough atmosphere of a 1940s boarding school.
Instead, Paul remained in Paris where he attended an English language school and lived in a small apartment, with his father and his older sister.
Paul is slim and quiet. He’d rather spend time alone drawing, rather than hanging out with other kids.
October 11th 1928
Slim, with dark eyes and hair.
Drawing, painting, jam, making money.
Mouthy kids, sports, his sister Rosie when she tries to boss him around.