• Article on Topic Education System in 200 Words
    Formative Assessment in CCE Reading Projects are also taken up in CBSE schools in a systematic manner. Various modes of assessment such as conducting reviews, scripts, reading, discussion, open houses, interact with the authors are considered. In today’s world where national and international boundaries...
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  • Schlieden
    SYNOPSIS During a sociable evening in the protagonist, J’s room three men George, William Samuels and J discuss about their various illnesses, and decide that they all need a time off from their busy schedule. They prescribe themselves a fortnight’s holiday and decide to take a boating trip...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    Three Men, George, Harris, Jerome of the Merry & Lazy Variety of well-to-do Young men of the Victorian Era feel so depressed with their routine & assumed illness (Munchausen Syndrome) that they decide to go on an Idyllic Cruise along London Thames River for a fortnight, in an equally depressing soggy...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    About the author The author, Jerome K. Jerome, was born in Walsall, Staffordshire, England, on 2nd May 1859. His early upbringing was done in London and he studied in Marylebone Grammar School at the age of 15, he lost both his parents and had to take up a job as a railway clerk. Later on he took...
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  • “Three Men in a Boat and Nothing of the Dog” Analyses
    Three men in a boat and nothing of the dog” The story I am going to screen is entitled “Three men in a boat and to say nothing about the dog”. It was written by a famous English writer Jerome Klapka Jerome. He born in Walsall, Staffordshire, England on May 2nd, 1859, in the family of a preacher...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    (1) Based on a holiday boat trip made by the author and his two real-life friends George and Harris. This humorous travelogue includes local history of towns along the Thames, as well as a few serious and sentimental passages, but remains at its core a comic novel ...
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  • three men in a boat
    The main characters are the three friends who go for a boating trip along the Thames: George, William Harris and the narrator Jerome, generally referred to as J. We are not given a direct description of them, but they all appear to be quite young, and unmarried. George is the only one described as having...
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  • Healthcare
    Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome, is a fictional account of a river trip taken by three friends, J (the narrator), George and Harris along with J’s dog, Montmorency. Originally published in August 1889, the book is a humorous account of the boating experiences on the Thames from Kingston to Oxford...
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  • Akhil Best
    The next name that pops up is that of Jerome K. Jerome, and his comic classic Three Men In A Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog). Wodehouse aside, I’ve never encountered a funnier writer or a funnier book. Period. Three Men In A Boat follows the escapades of three English gentlemen – and a dog – determined...
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  • Honey Singh
    THREE MEN IN A BOAT 1- Jerome’s habit of reading about different diseases made him suffer. * Jerome’s habit of reading about different diseases made him suffer because while reading about different diseases he thinks himself suffering from various diseases. 2- Why did Jerome object to...
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  • Simarpreet
    Summary Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) by Jerome K. Jerome was first published in 1889. It is the fictional story of three London friends and a dog taking a leisurely boat trip up the River Thames, from Kingston-upon-Thames to Oxford. It is narrated by ‘J.’, whose companions are George...
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  • Hindi
    Fishy Story´ is taken out from Jerome K Jerome¶sfamous comic novel ³ Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) ´ (1889). It can be read as a separate episode. Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog  ), publishedin 1889, is a humorous account by Jerome K. Jerome of a boating holiday on the...
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  • Loopin
    Analysis. The author of this text is Jerome K. Jerome. He is a popular English writer. The most famous works are Three Men in a Boat, The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, Novel Notes and Three Men on the Bummel which belong to the end of 19th century and the beginning of 20th century. He is...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    British humor is often hard to grasp for Indians, with their references and rambling. But Jerome K. Jeromehits the nail on the head with ‘Three Men In A Boat‘ and brings out British absurdities and traditions in a comic way. This book though meant to be a travelogue of sorts ended up, inexplicable as...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    Analysis of the text “Three men in a boat”. I’d like to tell you an extract from the novel “Three men in a boat”, written by Jerome K. Jerome. He is a well-known English writer, whose novels have enjoyed great popularity. He is famous for his art of story-telling, his vivid style and his humour...
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  • Show Boat
    Show Boat: Back to America’s Roots By aglassofwine We thoroughly enjoyed Lyric’s staging of Show Boat, even if it wasn’t quite the usual operatic offerings with unamplified voices. But the musical, which focused on fundamental transitional moments in history, was a fascinating study of art mirrors...
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  • Book Report
    Date: September 11, 2012 Title of the Book: Three Men in a Boat Name of Author: Jerome K. Jerome Setting: Kingston to Oxford Main Characters: 1. George 2. Harris 3. J. 4. Montmorency Best-liked Character...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    If you would like to read the funniest book in the English language, get hold of Jerome K Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat (available for 1p – or even less - here) Take no notice of those who tell you to read The Diary of a Nobody by George Grossmith instead. They are misguided. In fact, they are simply...
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  • Three Men in Boat Book Review
    Our narrator, the author Jerome, and his two friends, Harris and George, decide (after much wrangling) to go on a boat trip up the Thames. From Kingston to Pangbourne they row and tow their way up the river and through the locks, spending their nights on the boat under a cover – along with the dog, Montmorency...
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  • Summary of the Wizard of Oz
    and all the three men play a very good part in it. J is the narrator of the book. He is a young, single middle-class man living in London, much like the author himself at the time of the publication of the book, and the initial J is possibly meant to suggest that he stands in for Jerome. J is fond...
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