Down and Out in Paris and London - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

The narrator and Paddy track down Paddy's friend named Bozo. Bozo is a pavement artist, a screever. He earns his money by daily drawing new pictures on the pavement and then seeking tips from passersby. He does political drawings, news items, meteors, anything he thinks might be interesting to the public.

Bozo is the first tramp the narrator thinks is truly interesting, and they spend several days talking while it is raining, and Bozo cannot work. Bozo has a lame leg from an accident he had while in Paris. Bozo thinks that being poor doesn't have to affect your quality of life as long as you can keep learning. He's shocked at the narrator's ignorance in some areas; for example, the narrator doesn't know any of the constellations. Bozo considers the stars to be a free show, so he learns all about them.

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