Suffering every malady in the book, three men and a dog decide to head for a restful vacation on the Thames. Anticipating peace and leisure, they encounter the joys of roughing it, getting their boat stuck in locks, having to eat their own cooking and coping with English weather.
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JEROME K JEROME (1859-1927) became an actor and his first books, ON STAGE AND OFF and THE IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOW, were about the theatre. Turning to writing as a profession, Jerome published his most famous novel, THREE MEN IN A BOAT in 1889, with a sequel, THREE MEN ON THE BUMMEL in 1900. He died in 1927.Review:
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