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Three Men on the Bummel
Jerome K. Jerome
Table of Contents
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Three Men on the Bummel
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Three Men on the Bummel
Jerome K. Jerome
Chapter I
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Chapter II
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Chapter III
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Chapter IV
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Chapter V
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Chapter VI
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Chapter VII
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Chapter VIII
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Chapter IX
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Chapter X
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Chapter XIV
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This page copyright \u00a9 2000 Blackmask Online.
CHAPTER I

Three men need change\u2212\u2212Anecdote showing evil result of deception\u2212\u2212 Moral cowardice of George\u2212\u2212Harris
has ideas\u2212\u2212Yarn of the Ancient Mariner and the Inexperienced Yachtsman\u2212\u2212A hearty crew\u2212\u2212Danger of
sailing when the wind is off the land\u2212\u2212Impossibility of sailing when the wind is off the sea\u2212\u2212The
argumentativeness of Ethelbertha\u2212 \u2212The dampness of the river\u2212\u2212Harris suggests a bicycle tour\u2212\u2212George
thinks of the wind\u2212\u2212Harris suggests the Black Forest\u2212\u2212George thinks of the hills\u2212\u2212Plan adopted by Harris
for ascent of hills\u2212\u2212 Interruption by Mrs. Harris.

"What we want," said Harris, "is a change."

At this moment the door opened, and Mrs. Harris put her head in to say that Ethelbertha had sent her to
remind me that we must not be late getting home because of Clarence. Ethelbertha, I am inclined to think, is
unnecessarily nervous about the children. As a matter of fact, there was nothing wrong with the child
whatever. He had been out with his aunt that morning; and if he looks wistfully at a pastrycook's window she
takes him inside and buys him cream buns and "maids\u2212of\u2212honour" until he insists that he has had enough,
and politely, but firmly, refuses to eat another anything. Then, of course, he wants only one helping of
pudding at lunch, and Ethelbertha thinks he is sickening for something. Mrs. Harris added that it would be as
well for us to come upstairs soon, on our own account also, as otherwise we should miss Muriel's rendering
of "The Mad Hatter's Tea Party," out of Alice in Wonderland. Muriel is Harris's second, age eight: she is a
bright, intelligent child; but I prefer her myself in serious pieces. We said we would finish our cigarettes and
follow almost immediately; we also begged her not to let Muriel begin until we arrived. She promised to hold
the child back as long as possible, and went. Harris, as soon as the door was closed, resumed his interrupted
sentence.

"You know what I mean," he said, "a complete change."
The question was how to get it.
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