Everything you need to understand or teach Kafka Was the Rage by Anatole Broyard.
In his book, "Kafka Was the Rage - A Greenwich Village Memoir," author Anatole Broyard takes the reader back to his early days in the artsy neighborhood that he so idolized and adored. After returning from military service in World War II, the young twenty-three-year old Anatole was anxious to get on with his life. Although born in New Orleans, Anatole's family moved to Brooklyn when he was very young. He spent his formative years in New York and in the late 1940s, Greenwich Village was considered the place to be—it was the closest America would ever come to Paris.
The rather naïve and unsophisticated Anatole met up with an avante-garde artist, Sheri Donatti, early in his search for living quarters in the Village. When he learned that Sheri owns two apartments in her building and needed to rent one out, Anatole felt very fortunate...
Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir Lesson Plans contain 130 pages of teaching material, including: