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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    In Chapter One, Jerome is a hypochondriac; he maintains that he can't read a medical advertisement without concluding that he has the same ailments described in the circular. One day, in the...

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    In Chapter One, Jim has gone to see his doctor because of a strange predicament: after having read up on a myriad of diseases from a book at the British Museum, Jim concludes that he does not have...

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    I believe you are referring to the dog Montmorency in Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog). In the story, the author describes Montmorency as a cat-hating dog. Furthermore, he explains...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    The author ridicules Henry VIII's love affair by sarcastically comparing the king's indiscreet actions to the typically exasperating behavior manifested by modern-day lovers. Jerome continues by...

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    After reaching Penton Hook, the author, J, and his friends decide that they will try to continue past Staines before they set up camp for the night. However, all of them soon come to regret their...

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    In the story, Biggs is the greengrocer. Biggs' boys are the greengrocer's errand boys. Jerome tells us that Biggs' greatest accomplishment in life' lies in securing the services of the most...

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    In the story, Harris seems to enjoy wearing loud colors. On one occasion, he is described as wearing a red and orange blazer in Kingston. Jerome, the narrator, tells us that Harris insists on...

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    In Three Men In A Boat (To Say Nothing Of The Dog), the author states in Chapter 10 that at times, there is no language for pain, 'only a moan.' He tells the reader that daytime is often filled...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    Well, first, the full title of the book is Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog). The story begins when three different friends [Jerome (known as J.) Harris, and George] are absolutely...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    Jerome and George would woke up at 6:00 and wakes Harris. Once George woke up at early in the morning

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    At the beginning of the story the three friends, George, Harris and the narrator Jerome, are discussing how ill they feel. While George and Harris confess to feeling extremely giddy, Jerome...

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    On the face of it, the three friends seem to get quite easily irritated with each other. They are often shown sparring and blaming each other for things that go wrong during the trip (and before)....

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    At the beginning of the story, the three friends George, Harris and the narrator Jerome, decide that they need a holiday. George sums up the reason as follows: The overstrain upon our brains has...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    The main characters are the three friends who go for a boating trip along the Thames: George, William Harris and the narrator Jerome, generally referred to as J. We are not given a direct...

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    At the beginning of the story, we get a picture of Jerome, the narrator, as being rather lazy, generally quite easy-going, although often irritated by his companions, Harris and George, and given...

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    The three friends are shown to be rather disorganised in the way that they pack for their trip. Jerome forgets to put in various items, which have to be pointed out to him by the others. Then he...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    The author, Jerome, or J as others generally refer to him, is very often irked by his companions, Harris and George, during their trip together along the Thames. They annoy him by their antics,...

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    When Jerome and George admire the magnificent specimen of trout in the glass case, various locals come into the room, one by one, each one declaring that he caught it, individually. This obviously...

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    In chapter 13, Jerome admits openly that I do hate steam-launches; I suppose every rowing man does. Jerome thus sets up an opposition between two modes of travel: the older-fashioned rowing boat...

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    The three main characters of the story are the narrator Jerome, generally known as J to his friends, and George and Harris. All are young and single. Jerome throws in plenty of self-deprecating...

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    Even i dunno

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    i found the most interesting incident to be of uncle podger's. i really liked the way the the author describes uncle podger by an old incident taken place. when uncle podger took a task he involved...

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    he is fondly called Jim. seems to be hypochondraic he always imagines that he has all the diseases mentioned in the medical book. he hate sea voyages because of the troubles faced during them great...

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    I think Uncle Podger is very messy and forgetful.He takes up a lot of responsibilities on his shoulders.But, at the end of the day,he messes it up always and after a long long time, he finally...

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  • Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)
    Uncle Podger is very messy and forgetful.He takes up a lot of responsibilities on his shoulders.But, at the end of the day,he messes it up always and after a long long time, he finally completes...

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    Plot is defined as all the literary elements that tell the story. These include, an inciting even (incites the problem, or conflict, to be solved); rising action leading to the moment of decision;...

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    Sometimes the quotations that appear in this type of question are suggestive of the theme of the work or sometimes they point to character development or to conflict. After reading a quotation in...

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