Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog - Study Guide Chapters 18-19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18-19 Summary

From Streatly, the men row to Culham and camp in the boat for the night. Part of the trip includes a long stretch with no locks, which is preferred by sport rowers, J, says, but not by pleasure boaters, who enjoy going through the locks. He tells the story of going through a lock one busy day a Hampton Court. A photographer has set up at the lock to take pictures of all the boats in the lock with the people dressed in their boating costumes. J. and George pose vainly as the photographer sets up. They don't notice that the nose of their boat has become caught under part of the lock, and the rising water threatens to flip the boat. They push away just in time, and just as the photographer snaps the photo they are caught falling over, feet in the air...

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