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Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 8 and 9 Summary

Anatole Broyard
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Chapters 8 and 9 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 8

Anatole was mystified by Sheri's strange scream one night during lovemaking. She had never screamed before. He asked if there was something wrong, but Sheri didn't approve of questions. He continued his lovemaking and she screamed again—but the scream was detached from the rest of her face which was calm and placid. Where did that scream come from?

Chapter 9

Anatole and most other students in the class, approached Meyer Schapiro's art class with the same fervency as students did some twenty years later when they traveled to India to seek truth and meaning. Living with Sheri sparked Anatole's interest in modern art but yet made him feel shut off from it. It was speculation that Schapiro was not as much a fan of modern art as he was of the debate that accompanied it. As he was lecturing, Schapiro at...

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