Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir - Study Guide Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

Anatole Broyard
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Chapter 15

Anatole was at a party given by Greenwich Village celebrity Maya Deren who had just returned from Haiti. She was demonstrating some of the dances she learned there and dancing alongside of her was Caitlin Thomas, wife of the famed Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Dylan was in the other room, surrounded by a group of hero worshipers. Reportedly he wasn't one for dancing or small talk or American parties for that matter.

Soon things got out of hand and Caitlin starting fighting and throwing things. Dylan interceded and flung her in the bedroom and sat on her to restrain her. Maya asked Anatole to take over for Dylan who was exhausted from the struggle. Anatole sat on top of Caitlin who asked him to make love to her. He wasn't sure if she was drunk or sober but he had absolutely no...

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