Three Men in a Boat

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      “Three Men in a Boat” by Jerome K. Jerome is a classic comedic novel first published in 1889.  It is a comedic masterpiece that chronicles the misadventures of three friends as they embark on a boating holiday along the Thames River. Jerome, who also serves as the narrator, weaves a tale filled with witty observations and humorous reflections on the peculiarities of Victorian society. Accompanied by Jerome’s mischievous dog, Montmorency, the friends navigate a series of humorous mishaps and misunderstandings that highlight the absurdities of their journey.


      Jerome skillfully brings the characters to life through their distinct personalities and interactions. George, with his pragmatic approach, often clashes with Harris’s more carefree and bumbling nature. Jerome, caught between their differing temperaments, provides a steady stream of dry humor and sharp commentary that keeps the narrative lively and engaging. Montmorency, the feisty terrier, adds an extra layer of chaos and comedy, often complicating the simplest tasks with his antics.

      Throughout the novel, Jerome’s eloquent descriptions and clever storytelling offer more than just laughs; they also deliver a satirical critique of social norms and human nature. The trio’s journey, meant to be a relaxing escape from the stresses of urban life, becomes a comedic exploration of the everyday challenges and trivialities that resonate with readers even today. Jerome K. Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat endures as a timeless classic, beloved for its humor, relatable characters, and insightful observations on the human condition.

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      Three Men in a Boat

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      First Publication Date : 1889

      Author : Jerome K. Jerome

      Genres: Adventure Fiction, British Literature, Classics, Comedy, Fiction, Humor

      Language : English

      Word Count : 65,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Cardano Retail Price : 11 ADA

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      Author Info

      Jerome K. Jerome

      Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927) emerged as one of England's most beloved humorists. Growing up in a modest household, he faced financial hardships that shaped his perspective and writing style. Jerome achieved his breakthrough with the publication of Three Men in a Boat in 1889, a novel that brilliantly blended humor with astute social commentary, quickly gaining widespread acclaim and establishing his reputation as a master of comedic prose.
      Jerome penned numerous other works beyond Three Men in … Read More

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