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Jerome K. Jerome

Jerome Klapka Jerome (1859 – 1927) was a English writer and homorist. He is widely known for Three Men in a Boat, his travel comedy published in 1889.


  • Three Men in a Boat
  • Short Stories

  • A Charming Woman
  • A Man of Habit
  • An item of Fashionable Intelligence
  • Blasé Billy
  • Clocks
  • Dick Dunkerman’s Cat
  • Driftwood
  • In Remembrance of John Ingerfield and of Anne, his Wife
  • Portrait of a Lady
  • Reginald Blake, Financier and Cad
  • Silhouettes
  • The Absent-minded Man
  • The Choice of Cyril Harjohn
  • The City of The Sea
  • The Degeneration of Thomas Henry
  • The Ghost of the Marhcioness of Appleford
  • The Hobby Rider
  • The Lease of the “Cross Keys”
  • The Man Who Did Not Believe In Luck
  • The Man Who Lived For Others
  • The Man Who Went Wrong
  • The Man Who Would Manage
  • The Materialisation of Charles and Mivanway
  • The Minor Poet’s Story
  • The Probation of James Wrench
  • The Suprise of Mr. Milberry
  • The Uses and Abuses of Joseph
  • The Woman of the Sæter
  • The Wooing of Tom Sleight’s Wife
  • Variety Patter
  • Whibley’s Spirit