Three Men in a Boat
The trout lay shattered into a thousand fragments- I say a thousand, but they may have only been nine hundred. I did not count them.”*Three Men in a Boat *is an ‘accidental classic’ by Jerome K. Jerome, initially written as a serious travelogue but ending up as a comic instance. The novel features J. and two of his friends on a recreational boating on Thames.With a sprinkle of comic anecdotes, the readers are taken on a whirlwind ride of events where they find a floating corpse of a girl, grave of a man with 197 children and remembrance of stories long ago. The novel’s subtle reflection of careless comedy makes it one of Jerome’s masterpieces.
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