Everything you need to understand or teach Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome.
"Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog" is Jerome K. Jerome's amusing account of a two-week boat trip up the Thames River from London to Oxford and back. The trip is taken by his friends George and Harris and himself, along with his rat terrier, Montmorency.
After a few false starts in the preparations, the three men leave on their journey in a rented rowboat. As they pass each town and village along the way, J. provides brief, humorous histories of the area and the various monarchs and other notable figures associated with it. His imagination is slanted toward the chivalrous days of knights and damsels, and he often imagines these kinds of scenes as they pass along the river, while sometimes letting his idyllic daydreams distract him from important things, such as watching where he is steering the boat.
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Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog Lesson Plans contain 139 pages of teaching material, including: