Three Men in a Boat: To Say Nothing of the Dog Setting & Symbolism

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London

The largest city in England and the home of the three men who embark on the boat trip.

Thames River

One of the major rivers in England, the Thames flows down through Oxford to London. It is on the Thames that the men take their boat trip.

Kingston

The starting point of the journey.

Hampton

A town near the beginning of the trip where boating is popular and the residents wear the most flashy boating costumes.

Kempton Park

Where Harris and J stop for lunch the first day, under some willows.

Waterloo Station

The large railroad station where Harris and J catch the train to Kingston.

Sunbury Lock

One of the locks Harris and J pass through on the first afternoon of rowing.

Walton

A quaint riverside town on the way to Weybridge.

Weybridge

A busy section of the river where Harris and J meet up with...

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