Analysis Of John Steinbeck's 'Travels With Charley'

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It’s always interesting to see things swapped around. Words have a meaning, but if someone gives that word an even bigger meaning it could make some action. Steinbeck is determined to find out why America turned out the way it is, as it states in the book Travels With Charley, “ We do not take a trip, a trip takes us,” (Steinbeck 4) gives the readers a bigger perspective on how a journey could instead teach anyone. People always expect to learn things fast, but the truth is some situations take a lot more digging. When someone's plans something they tend for the items to go exactly as planned, but that's not the case. “ The certain way to be wrong is to think you control it,” (Steinbeck 4) we all have to be aware that not every single thing
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