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Three men in a boatThree men in a boat
JEROME
George
Harris
Monterancy
Chapter - 11
 The chapter begins with
George telling J. a story
about how he forgot to wind
his watch before bed and
ende...
 J., George and Harris went for a morning swim and
later Harris, who had no idea how to make srambled
eggs, tried his han...
Chapter - 12
 In Chapter 12, the men
passed through Picnic Point
where King Henry was
known to have courted Anne
Boleyn.
...
 They passed through the place where Earl Godwin
was known to have choked after being accused of
Edward the confessor’s b...
Chapter - 13
 In this chapter, the trio passed
through Marlow, Bisham Alley
and Medemenham where they
came across an abbe...
 Faced with a water shortage, the trio pondered
about drinking the river water.
 They eventually ended up drinking some ...
Chapter - 14
 In this chapter, the men make
Irish strew but they ended up
over-peeling the potatoes.
 Montmorency caught...
 This prompted the others to request him to never
play again.
 It was mentioned that George was forced to have
sold his ...
 THANKS
 Renuka Bisht (KRIS)
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  1. 1. Three men in a boatThree men in a boat JEROME George Harris Monterancy
  2. 2. Chapter - 11  The chapter begins with George telling J. a story about how he forgot to wind his watch before bed and ended up waking up at 3 in the morning.  This aroused the suspicion of the police constables who found him walking around London in the wee hours of the morning.
  3. 3.  J., George and Harris went for a morning swim and later Harris, who had no idea how to make srambled eggs, tried his hand at it and failed miserably.  They later arrive at Magna Carta island and J. mused about being a peasant at the time when King John signed the Magna Carta.
  4. 4. Chapter - 12  In Chapter 12, the men passed through Picnic Point where King Henry was known to have courted Anne Boleyn.  J. spoke about the predicament of the locals who must have had a hard time giving privacy to the couple.  He later added that it is indeed awkward walking in on couples who were “spooning”.
  5. 5.  They passed through the place where Earl Godwin was known to have choked after being accused of Edward the confessor’s brother’s murder.  They finally came across a boy who offered them a place to stay in and they were grateful for it.  After having forgotten the mustard at home, the trio settled for a can for pineapple to eat with lunch.  They soon gave up after unsuccessfully trying to open the can.  They passed by three old men fishing who cursed them because Harris’ poor steering disturbs the water.  The friends decided to stay at an inn in Marlow that night.
  6. 6. Chapter - 13  In this chapter, the trio passed through Marlow, Bisham Alley and Medemenham where they came across an abbey where an order of prodigious monks once lived.  During lunch, Montmorency got intimidated by a cat and its menacing stare.  They stocked up on food in Marlow but they found it difficult to leave due to the large number of steam- launches in the water.
  7. 7.  Faced with a water shortage, the trio pondered about drinking the river water.  They eventually ended up drinking some water from a nearby cottage which they thought was from the river as well. The day ended comically with Harris falling off the edge of a gulch and J and George thinking he was dead.
  8. 8. Chapter - 14  In this chapter, the men make Irish strew but they ended up over-peeling the potatoes.  Montmorency caught a water rat which he thought could be added to the stew but the men declined.  The stew turned out to be delicious.  Startled by the tea-kettle, Montmorency attacked it.  George’s dismal banjo playing was accompanied by Montmorency’s howling.
  9. 9.  This prompted the others to request him to never play again.  It was mentioned that George was forced to have sold his banjo due to complaints from his landlady and the passersby.  After a night out, George and J. forgot where the boat was docked.  Eventually they followed Montmorency’s barks and found the boat.  Harris narrated an incident where he single- handedly fought of a swarm of aggressive swans whose nest they disturbed.
  10. 10.  THANKS  Renuka Bisht (KRIS)
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