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

describe the incident when george tries to learn to play his banjo

Three men in the boat

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After dinner, George plays the banjo. A novice player, he is terrible at it. Montmorency howls along, and Harris and J. persuade George not to play for the remainder of the trip. J. mentions that George was later forced to sell the banjo because neither his landlady nor the passers-by outside his house can tolerate his playing.