why is paul transfixed as the boy who never grew

in the novel tangerine written byedward bloor

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I think that Paul identifies with the circus performer. Both the eighty-nine-year-old little boy and Paul have a visible disability that sets them apart. They both have a vulnerability, which makes them conscious of their sense of "otherness" in society.