Caspar de Bono on his father, Edward, who keeps his things sorted into piles, by importance:
He's very frugal in his day-to-day needs, he doesn't splash his money about and he keeps absolutely everything. His mantelpiece is crammed with clockwork teeth and plastic dinosaurs. Toy shops are a passion; everywhere he goes he seeks them out and emerges with a new toy, something with a trick or a dual purpose which fascinates him. Though his surroundings look chaotic, his life is very structured. His flat is filled with piles of stuff, but on top of each is a white tile with a number, rating it in importance.
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