Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Anatole Broyard
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Anatole found an apartment on Prince Street in the Village. For the first few days, he was exhilarated but then loneliness quickly set in. There was a kind of national loneliness after the war. While the war was raging, everyone was too busy to be lonely. Anatole wondered for a short time if Sheri would be better than loneliness but he reminded himself that he had been lonely with her. He stopped by Sheri's apartment when he knew she wouldn't be there. He had left some clothes and books behind. Anatole looked through her paintings finding the one that she had given him. It was an abstract, of course, and though it had little meaning to him, he decided to take it. When she first finished it, he asked her what it meant to her. She replied that he'd never be a man until he...

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