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Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

The men move ahead, intending to camp at a place called Magna Charta Island, but after some time they grow weary and decide to find any suitable place. They reach an attractive spot called "Picnic Point." They think they will have supper, but George suggests they set up the hoops and canvas over the boat first, so they will have their beds prepared before they start to eat.

This seems like a good idea to all, and they expect the job will take only a few minutes. " That was an under-estimate," J. says. The hoops do not fit the slots properly, and George and Harris become hopelessly wrapped up in the canvas. But they finally get it set right and go about making supper.

The first thing to do, J. explains, is put the tea kettle on and then ignore it while you do other things. Even...

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