Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

1st chapter-3 men in a boat

why does the narrator digress so often in his


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Jerome's prose is rambling, and often digresses into anecdotes or long observational passages. This reflects the character or Jerome as well as the rather disjointed events within the plot. The narrator is able to fill in backstory as well as develop other characters and events within the narrative by digressing.