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Travels With Charley and Cannery Row

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Travels With Charley and Cannery Row

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  1. Travels With Charley and Cannery Row Both Written by: John Steinbeck

  2. Travels with Charley is much more of a serious tone, as the book was non-fiction and John Steinbeck himself was the main character. Cannery Row gives off a “real” tone or feeling as the novel really doesn’t have a plot. It is an attempt to capture the feeling and people of a place. Tone

  3. In Travels With Charley, imagery was used mostly when John Steinbeck was describing a new part of the country that he was going through. For example when he described Atlanta during the 1960’s. In Cannery Row, imagery was used all throughout the beginning of the book and Steinbeck described his home town, Monterey, California. Imagery

  4. John Steinbeck's “voice” was pretty clear cut in Travels with Charley. He described the country as it was and gave his opinion on how the government was corrupt. In Cannery Row, Steinbeck really used his voice through the main character “Doc”. He was the outspoken character who said what was on his mind. Voice

  5. John Steinbeck and his dog Charley were lost on their way back from their “search of America”. But what they didn’t realize was they were 10 miles away from home. In Cannery Row, One of the main characters, Dora, was running a sardine business but was a horrible employer. Society didn’t want to accept her or her business but needed her money. Irony

  6. The End!