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

What kind of trouble does the Harris's boastful nature land him into? Describe it vividly.


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Harris believes himself a fine singer of comic songs, while he is actually quite terrible at it. He tells the reader of a party where Harris demanded he be allowed to sing, and then embarrassed himself and the piano players who tried to help him. Jerome relates part of this section in play-form. You can find this in Chapter 8.