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What does Steinbeck mean in Travels with Charley when he says that he did not know his own country?



A. He had little knowledge of the history and culture of America.
B. He could not understand why most Americans ACT the way they do.
C. He felt out of touch with areas he had not visited in a long time.

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Asked by Calusinski, Last updated: Oct 11, 2018

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L. Hawkes

L. HawkesTeacher, Memphis
Teacher, Memphis

Answered on Oct 11, 2018

Option C - He felt out of touch with areas he had not visited on a long time was what Steinbeck meant in travel with Charley when he said he did not know his own country.

Nothing but a little bar remained the same when Steinbeck returned to his. He realized that his return caused only confusion and uneasiness. He realized that his home was only going to exist as memory. Steinbeck lost his directions several time in his journey. America had changed in Steinbeck's eyes.

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calusinski

Calusinski

Answered on Sep 07, 2017

He felt out of touch with areas he had not visited in a long time.
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