Travels with Charley

Travels with Charley

accompanied by his poodle, Steinbeck drives 10,000 miles through 40 states to discover America. [Am. Lit.: Steinbeck Travels with Charley in Benét, 961]
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As Hershel quotes Travels with Charley to Rick: "A sad soul kills quicker than any germ".
The debilitating effects first showed up, John explained, in the 1962 Travels with Charley, Steinbeck's last attempt to get in touch with America.
Steinbeck's TRAVELS WITH CHARLEY IN SEARCH OF AMERICA (9780142429198, $29.
A huge commercial success from the day it hit bookstands, Travels With Charley in Search of America was touted and marketed as the true account of Steinbeck's solo journey.
The area was the scene of one of the most dubious moments in Travels With Charley.
JOHN STEINBECK'S son Thomas is to be the executive producer of Travels with Charley, a film based on Steinbeck's 1961 book about his travels around America.
In 1998, after a three-year search for the right dog, Western Stage tackled the pooch-encumbered Travels with Charley, starring a poodle who, Landa says, "still comes back to visit.
Anyway, you need to soften your image a bit, sort of like John Steinbeck wandering America with his dog in Travels with Charley.
So wrote John Steinbeck in his 1961 book Travels With Charley.
Travels With Charley was a departure from his usual work and was written when he was feeling the sting of increasing criticism about his fiction.
Arguing for the decline theory is Louis Owens in his highly perceptive comparison of the relationship between Steinbeck's ontology and method of observation in Sea of Cortez and Travels with Charley.
His nonfiction includes Bombs Away: The Story of a Bomber Team (1942); Russian Journal (1948, with Robert Capa as photographer); Once There Was a War (1958), excerpts from his work as a war correspondent; Travels with Charley (1962), an account of cross-country travel with his dog; and America and Americans (1966).