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...

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