Three Men In A Boat, 1/e

Three Men In A Boat, 1/e

Author(s)           Jerome K Jerome

Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), published in 1889, is Jerome's most famous and enduring work. Initially intended to be a serious travel guide, the novel with its deceptively simple story of three friends on a boating holiday on the River Thames between Kingston and Oxford, has been hailed as a classic work of comedy. For these three men on a relaxing holiday, rowing and sailing upstream, seeing the sights, and camping in the boat, anything that can go wrong, does. On the periphery, there is also the dog Montmorency, a thoroughly anarchic figure whose practical solution to their difficulties usually consists of getting out of the way until all the fuss dies down.

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