Three Men in a Boat
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
THREE MEN IN A BOAT (TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DOG).
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 ...
Reviewed by dreamdust on Sep 23, 2011
In or out of the boat
definitely a journey worth taking, relaxing and enjoyable.
Reviewed by cuiblemorgan on Aug 18, 2011
Loved the humor
Loved the humor and the word play, but the diversions and asides got a bit tiresome. The traveling up and down the Thames in a small boat in the 1880s, though interesting, would be a bit different today.
Humor reminded me of [author:P.G. Wodehouse|7963], who was born 22 years after Jerome.
Reviewed by rodmitch on Mar 3, 2011
Sort of fades during the last few pages but on the whole it's, well, hysterically funny.
Reviewed by billu on Sep 18, 2009
A real delightful book.
Some of the incident given become really hilarious and one can imagine converting them into charlie chapline kind of film sequence. Even though it is written almost 100 years back. it is still fresh to read.
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Ratings for 'Three Men in a Boat' by Jerome, Jerome K. (Jerome Klapka)