Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir Setting & Symbolism

Anatole Broyard
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New Orleans, LA

Anatole Broyard's parents were both from the French Quarter in New Orleans, LA. Anatole was born in New Orleans but the family moved before he was of school age.

Brooklyn, NY

Anatole Broyard's family moved from New Orleans, LA, to Brooklyn, New York. Anatole attended school in Brooklyn and lived there until he was drafted during World War II.

Greenwich Village

Broyard lived in Greenwich Village when he returned from military service in the late 1940s. He loved the community and living among the intellectuals and artists who lived there.

Twenty-Three Jones Street

When Broyard first moved to Greenwich Village, he lived with Sheri Donatti at 23 Jones Street. She had two apartments but the one she offered to rent to Broyard was stuffed with her belongings so he had to live with her in her apartment.

Prince Street Apartment

After Broyard left Sheri Donatti, he...

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