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

Why does Jerome think of Maclow as a pleasant place?

Chapter 13

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There is no such place as "Maclow" mention in Chapter 13 of the text.


The author considered Marlow as a pleasant place because it is a bustling, lively little town. There are many quaint nooks and corners in the town. The river Thames is at its best here. One can enjoy boating as well as walking down to Cook ham, past the Quarry Woods and the meadows. It is a lovely reach. The place reminds the author of sunny summer days.