Which statement best shows a problem in travels with charley? one sharp difficulty presented itself. in the intervening twenty-five years my name had become reasonably well known. this being so, my trip demanded that i leave my name and my identity at home. i had to go alone and i had to be self-contained, a kind of casual turtle carrying his house on his back. with all this in mind i wrote to the head office of a great corporation which manufactures trucks.
One sharp difficulty presented itself. In the intervening twenty-five years my name had become reasonably well known.
In the book by John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley, the author describes the road trip he took in 1960 around America with his dog Charley because he wanted to have a view of his country on a more intimate level, a different perspective.
The statement that showed that there was a problem was the fact that Mr Steinbeck was quite popular and as such was recognized by quite a number of people.