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They and I

They and I by Jerome K. Jerome

They and I by Jerome K. Jerome is a delightful read that brings to life the adventures and mishaps of a group of friends as they embark on a boating holiday along the Thames. The narrator's witty observations and humorous anecdotes make for a charming and entertaining tale that captures the essence of friendship, escapades, and the joys of summer. Jerome's vivid descriptions of the English countryside and his ability to create engaging and believable characters pull the reader into the story from the very beginning. The banter and camaraderie between the friends, along with the unexpected twists and turns of their journey, keep the reader eagerly turning the pages. Overall, They and I is a classic piece of literature that is sure to bring a smile to your face and leave you feeling nostalgic for simpler times.

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A man and his three children leave the “Little Mother” at home in the city and set up temporary housekeeping in a country cottage to supervise the remodeling of the house he has just purchased there. The story is narrated by the father. His interactions with his children, interspersed with his own recollections of past events, make for hilarious reading.

This is Jerome at his best, IMHO, although this is apparently one of this lesser known novels.

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