Jerome, George and Harris are three hypochondriacal friends who like to spend time comparing their illnesses, although none of them is ill. One day they decide to go on a vacation by sailing down the Thames river towards Oxford. The three friends prepare a long list of things they will need and even take the dog Montmorency with them. During the journey they visit many different places and fall into various and interesting situations.
For what reason do the friends compare their illnesses? Is there any competition between them? How did they decide to go on this adventure down the Thames river? Will they bring all the things needed for their survival? How will their adventure end?
Find all the answers in Jerome K. Jerome’s humorous novel "Three Men in a Boat" from 1889.
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Jerome Klapka Jerome (1859 - 1927) was an English writer and humorist. Inspired by his sister’s love for the theatre, he decided to try his luck in acting, but gave up after three years of no visible success. Jerome is best known for his comic novel "Three Men in a Boat" from 1889, a work that brought him large popularity. Some other popular works are the two collections of essays "Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow" and "Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow", and the novel "Three Men on the Bummel".