Three Men in a Boat: 1400 Headwords : To Say Nothing of the Dog
'I like work. I find it interesting ...I can sit and look at it for hours.' With ideas like this, perhaps it is not a good idea to spend a holiday taking a boat trip up the River Thames. But this is what the three friends - and Montmorency the dog - decide to do. It is the sort of holiday that is fun to remember afterwards, but not so much fun to wake up to early on a cold, wet morning. This famous book has made people laugh all over the world for a hundred years ...and they are still laughing.
- Paperback | 112 pages
- 128 x 194 x 10mm | 117.94g
- 16 Nov 2000
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- New ed of Abridged ed
- black and white illustrations
About Jerome Jerome
Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927) wrote many successful novels and plays. He loved boats and the River Thames, and his most famous, and funniest book, Three Men in a Boat, is about his own experiences with his friends.