My school was co-educational and heavily committed to progressive educational ideas. It played an important role in shaping my character.
Most of my father's life consisted of traveling to almost every part of Europe.
I was sent to a school because my father was already aware that his days were numbered, and he was anxious for me to acquire a good education and follow in his footsteps.
I rolled myself up into a tight ball of resistance and it was thus that I went through my school years.
I went to work in an office and learned, among other lessons, to do things I did not care for, and to do them well. Before I left this office, two of my books had already been published.