Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Anatole Broyard
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Sex with Sheri never became a truly intimate, honest experience. Rather, it was, to Sheri, an exploration of self. She could not really use the act as a way to grow closer to Anatole—her goal was to find herself and meet Anatole on her terms. In reality, they both hated each other. He thought she was weird while she thought he was ordinary. Sheri held herself remote and, out of anxiety, Anatole chased her like the elusive hat in the wind. At times, Anatole would feel like they were becoming a couple but Sheri would soon dash those thoughts.

One night Anatole woke up in the middle of the night. Sheri, who usually slept almost on top of him, was missing. He noticed a strange smell but couldn't identify it. He followed a light to the kitchen where he found the naked Sheri...

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