Objects & Places from Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir

Anatole Broyard
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New Orleans, LA

This is where the author was born, but the family moved before he was of school age.

Brooklyn, NY

This is where the author's family moved and where he lived until he was drafted during World War II.

Greenwich Village

This is the neighborhood of New York where the author lived when he returned from military service in the late 1940s.

Twenty-Three Jones Street

This is the address where the author lived after returning from military.

Prince Street Apartment

After Broyard left Sheri Donatti, he returned to his parents' home for a short time before he found his apartment at this location.

Brooklyn College

Broyard attended this institution for a few semesters before he was drafted into the army during World War II.

The New School for Social Research

Anatole enrolled at this institution after serving in the military and paid for his tuition with...

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