THREE MEN IN A BOAT(TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DOG). by Jerome K. JeromeCHAPTER I.THERE were four of us - George, and William Samuel Harris, and myself, and Montmorency. We were sitting in my room, smoking, and talking about how bad we were - bad from a medical point of view I mean, of course.We were al
Analysis Of The Text “ Three Men In A Boat” By Jerome K. Jerome
1. Jerome Klapka Jerome (1859 –1927) was an English writer and humorist, best known for the humorous travelogue “Three Men in a Boat”, also he wrote” Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow “, “Second Thoughts of an Id
The book begins with the narrator, J and two of his friends, sitting at home tired of their dull lives. They need a break, not just to have fun, but to get rid of the chronic case of hypochondria that they seem to have! Eventually, they decide to go boating on the Thames. The three men(who are, inci
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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 sogg
Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927) best known for his comic masterpiece Three Men in a Boat. (1889)
Jerome Klapka Jerome was born 2 May 1859 in Belsize House, Bradford Street, Walsall, Staffordshire, in the heart of England. He was the fourth child of Jerome Clapp Jerome, (1807–1872) a well-respected n
Title: Three Men in a Boat
(to say nothing of the dog)
Author: Jerome K. Jerome
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Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), published in 1889, is a humorous account by English writer Jerome K. Jerome of a boating holiday on the Thames between Kingston and Oxford.
The book was initially intended to be a serious travel guide, with accounts of local history along the route,
THREE MEN IN A BOAT (TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DOG)
JEROME K. JEROME
“IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW,” “STAGE LAND,” ETC. Illustrations by A. Frederic’s.
BRISTOL J. W. ARROWSMITH, 11 QUAY STREET LONDON SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT & CO. LIMITED
1889 All rights
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, inexp
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employed at a bank, where the only work his friends thought he did was sleep
had some knowledge of the ways of the world and was the one to give sensible advice and suggestions, such as the articles that should be taken along on...
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J. wakes early the next morning and finds George is also awake. Neither of them can get back to sleep, J. remarks, because there is no reason for them to get up. If there had been some reason for them to be up, it would have
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...
The story begins by introducing George, Harris, Jerome and Montmorency, a fox terrier. The men are spending an evening in J.'s room, smoking and discussing illnesses they fancy they suffer from. They conclude they are all suffering from 'overwork' and need a holiday. A stay in the country
Three invalids.—Sufferings of George and Harris.—A victim to one hundred and seven fatal maladies.—Useful prescriptions.—Cure for liver complaint in children.—We agree that we are overworked, and need rest.—A week on the rolling deep?—George suggests the River.—Montmore
The story begins by introducing George, Harris, Jerome and Montmorency, a fox terrier. The men are spending an evening in J.'s room, smoking and discussing illnesses they fancy they suffer from. They conclude they are all suffering from 'overwork' and need a holiday. A stay in the country and a se
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