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Three Men in a Boat

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Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome is a novel that deals with three protagonists, George, Harris, Jerome and Montmorency, the dog, who embark on a trip across Thames in order to catch a break from their mundane lives. The narrator, Jerome, provides a number of options in order to escape from their overworked lives. The three finally agree on a boat trip. On this boating trip, the three friends and the dog, journey between Oxford and Kingston but do not encounter the smoothest of travels. They stop at various places and set up camp which is accompanied by several fun anecdotes about camping itself. Even the start of this trip involves numerous delays and confusion regarding the train numbers at Waterloo Station which takes up the first half of the narrative. Finally, the three meet up-river at Weybridge. The story moves on to describe the trip and provides a detailed verbal map of the river train. The novel also talks about fishing extensively along with boating. The author describes numerous landmarks and places so much so that the reader becomes part of the trip as well. From Hampton Court Place to Marlow, they see other places like Monkey Island, Hampton Church, and Magna Carta Island, the history and culture is emphasized as well as the weather which can dampen one’s plans. The novel also features the problems encountered when trying to master the Scottish bagpipes. This book was considered one of The 100 Greatest Novels of All Time by The Guardian in 2003. It was also part of the BBC The Big Read Survey. The book has sold millions of copies and has been in print since its first publication in 1889. The book has been adapted to plays, musicals, movies, and radio shows.

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Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome is a novel that deals with three protagonists, George, Harris, Jerome and Montmorency, the dog, who embark on a trip across Thames in order to catch a break from their mundane lives. The narrator, Jerome, provides a number of options in order to escape from their overworked lives. The three finally agree on a boat trip. On this boating trip, the three friends and the dog, journey between Oxford and Kingston but do not encounter the smoothest of travels. They stop at various places and set up camp which is accompanied by several fun anecdotes about camping itself. Even the start of this trip involves numerous delays and confusion regarding the train numbers at Waterloo Station which takes up the first half of the narrative. Finally, the three meet up-river at Weybridge. The story moves on to describe the trip and provides a detailed verbal map of the river train. The novel also talks about fishing extensively along with boating. The author describes numerous landmarks and places so much so that the reader becomes part of the trip as well. From Hampton Court Place to Marlow, they see other places like Monkey Island, Hampton Church, and Magna Carta Island, the history and culture is emphasized as well as the weather which can dampen one’s plans. The novel also features the problems encountered when trying to master the Scottish bagpipes. This book was considered one of The 100 Greatest Novels of All Time by The Guardian in 2003. It was also part of the BBC The Big Read Survey. The book has sold millions of copies and has been in print since its first publication in 1889. The book has been adapted to plays, musicals, movies, and radio shows.
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Title Three Men in a Boat Height
Jerome K. Jerome Width
ISBN-13 9789380028880 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 9380028881 Spine Width
Publisher Campfire Pages
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