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

comment on narrator view of camping out in this chapter what does it reveal about his character

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J. still believes that he suffers from every disease, but he is especially concerned about his ‘liver condition’ – the main symptom of which is “a general disinclination to work of any kind” (10). The friends decide that taking a vacation together would restore their health, and debate locations for a week-long excursion. J generally likes the idea of the outdoors although he has no clue how to camp and what might be in store for them.