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

George fancies he is ill. Is the statement true?can this statement be applied to others as well?

long answer type question from chapter one.

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All the men are hypochondriacs to some extent. George, like the others, is completely fine. The stresses of living in a city, work, and inactivity make George feel like he is unwell. All the men feel better as the trip progresses.