Paul lives a basic life focusing on just getting by from moment to moment, day to day. The man who pays for his up-keep makes sure he has the basics, but only the basics, on which to live. Paul is unsure why this patron keeps him at all. In truth, he doesn’t understand much, nor does he want to. Ignorance is his way of life; being unaware his default mode. He might even be happy if he were just left alone..
About the Author
Paul Stewart was born and raised in Nottingham but has lived in Cyprus for over twenty years. His first novel, Now Then, was published by Armida in 2014. As an academic and Professor of literature at the University of Nicosia he was published widely on Samuel Beckett and modern literature, as well as a collection of poetry And Other Elsewheres. He lives in Nicosia with his wife and two sons.
|Dimensions||21 × 14.5 × 2 cm|