Kafka Was the Rage: A Greenwich Village Memoir

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"A memoir of a sensualist... Sentence by sentence, it's as beautifully precise as any contemporary American work I know."- Pauline Kael

"If you've ever been young, ever lived in or wanted to live in Greenwich Village, ever loved books or sex or both, you'll savor this memoir."- "Detroit Free Press"
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"Full of Broyard's wit, compassion and rich insight... His mind, his aesthetic, his view of the world, shimmer brightly in this memoir."- "Chicago Tribune"
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"Seductive, ardently written...a valentine with barbs."- "Washington Post Book World"


A memoir of a sensualist Sentence by sentence, it s as beautifully precise as any contemporary American work I know. - Pauline Kael
If you ve ever been young, ever lived in or wanted to live in Greenwich Village, ever loved books or sex or both, you ll savor this memoir. - "Detroit Free Press"
""
Full of Broyard s wit, compassion and rich insight His mind, his aesthetic, his view of the world, shimmer brightly in this memoir. - "Chicago Tribune"
""
Seductive, ardently written a valentine with barbs. - "Washington Post Book World""


A memoir of a sensualist Sentence by sentence, it s as beautifully precise as any contemporary American work I know. - Pauline Kael
If you ve ever been young, ever lived in or wanted to live in Greenwich Village, ever loved books or sex or both, you ll savor this memoir. - Detroit Free Press

Full of Broyard s wit, compassion and rich insight His mind, his aesthetic, his view of the world, shimmer brightly in this memoir. - Chicago Tribune

Seductive, ardently written a valentine with barbs. - Washington Post Book World

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"A memoir of a sensualist... Sentence by sentence, it's as beautifully precise as any contemporary American work I know."- Pauline Kael

"If you've ever been young, ever lived in or wanted to live in Greenwich Village, ever loved books or sex or both, you'll savor this memoir."- Detroit Free Press

"Full of Broyard's wit, compassion and rich insight... His mind, his aesthetic, his view of the world, shimmer brightly in this memoir."- Chicago Tribune

"Seductive, ardently written...a valentine with barbs."- Washington Post Book World

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The late New York Times critic and author of Intoxicated by My Illness offers a love letter to a post-World War II bohemian Greenwich Village, when Nin and Fromm were new and American culture was moving toward ever greater freedom. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.

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