Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Anatole Broyard
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When Anatole left Sheri, he had to return home to Brooklyn. Apartments were difficult to find but going back to Brooklyn reminded him of those novels he hated where characters shuttled back and forth in time. He had only been with Sheri for three months, but his taste of the city would never allow him to leave permanently. Anatole closed his bookshop—it reminded him too much of Sheri. He diligently looked for an apartment while he entered into other work. His friend, Milton Klonsky, asked Anatole to collaborate on a magazine piece on jazz music.

Anatole was still attending the New School, attending classes several nights a week. One night after class, Anatole went home to find Sheri practically sitting on his mother's lap in a lounge chair, together looking at family albums. Anatole was uncomfortable but felt powerless—he just had...

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