Three Men in a Boat (Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading): (To Say Nothing of the Dog!)
jerome K. Jerome’s Comic Classic three Men In A Boat (to Say Nothing Of The Dog!) Is Unsinkable. One Of The Most Widely Read And Beloved Works Of British Fiction It Has Never Fallen Out Of Print Since It First Came Out In 1889, But Rather Has Been Translated Into Many Languages And Even Turned Into A Teleplay By Tom Stoppard.
the Most Ordinary Circumstances Turn Hilarious As J., An Idler Who Exhibits A General Disinclination To Work Of Any Kind, And His Friends Journey Up The Thames River. Getting Into Many Scrapes Along The Way, The Friends Consider Assaulting A Policeman Just To Have A Night’s Lodging In The Station-house, When They Get Lost, But Ultimately Reject The Proposition, Fearful That He Would Hit Them Back Without Locking Them Up. The Real Scene Stealer, Though, Is Montmorency, A Small Fox Terrier Who Appears To Be Born With About Four Times As Much Original Sin In [him] As Other Dogs Are.
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