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Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

Anatole Broyard
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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

Anatole decided to enter into psychoanalysis—it was in vogue, everyone seemed to wind up there inevitably. Though he was happy, he distrusted that it would last so analysis seemed necessary. Yet, when he really faced reality, there was an unrest somewhere deep within him. On speaking with Erich Fromm, he was recommended to see Ernest Schachtel who also taught at the New School. Anatole was nervous with Dr. Schachtel who avoided looking directly at him. Anatole was concerned with pleasing the doctor and not boring him.

There was a break-through during his second visit to Schachtel. The doctor was visibly upset that Anatole was twenty minutes late. Although he didn't tell the doctor, his late arrival was due to Sheri who lured him to bed so he would have a vivid image of her to talk about at his session. There wasn't much...

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