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



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Jerome is the narrator of the novel, most likely based on Jerome himself. J. has a dog named Montmorency, and two friends, George and Harris. He sees himself as intelligent, hard-working, and competent, but his behavior in the novel suggests otherwise. Like his friends, J. is a hypochondriac.Jerome is able to relax during the trip and begins to put life in greater perspective. He is reflective and even poetic about his life and the nature around him.

Jim is the narrator of the story who is single and live the life in his own way. He is funny, lively and poetic man but hypochondriac. He thinks himself as a walking hospital. He has a dog named Montmorency. He is quite lazy and easy going though he sees himself as intelligent and hard-working. He is romantic and human beings. He loves to watch sunset and the beauty of stars at night. He loves to muse and comments on certain truths about life and human beings. He loves to eat, drink and hates work. He possesses a good sense of humour and appears dreamy. He hates sea-voyages. He is humourous by nature and can take joke on himself. He likes to work in group. He has deep interest in history as he told many ancient stories and loves artwork. He is vain about his dress sense and appearance. He is friendly and caring and is practical in his life.

Jerome was single and he spent his time with his dog Montmoracy. He thought himself to be intelligent, hardworking and competent. He was also hypochondriac. The doctor advised him and his two friends, George and Harris when he found himself to be a hospital. He and his friends went on a river trip where they enjoyed. He was humorous and a funny man. He kept on joking with his friends and he enjoyed his life on the Thames trip. He was quite careless and lazy. He was a nature lover and loved the weather and natural beauty. He relaxed on the boat trip.