Photographer's Note

Paris, Norvins street in Montmartre.
On a side of the street emerges the little Marcel Aymé square, in the name of the writer who lived next to here and buried in the little cemetery of St-Vincent close to this place.
This sculpture, made by the french actor Jean Marais is an homage to the author and its short story, "Le passe-muraille" (I would translate by "the man who goes through the wall" but not sure), edited in 1943.
The hero of the story, Mr Dutilleul, is a little employee of a ministry and he uses his talent to get his revenge of an humiliation and to make some larceny.
Here, he seems to call this group of tourists who goes away.

Silver photo I scanned.

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