The Complete Jerome K. Jerome [NOOK Book]

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Jerome K. Jerome is rightly famed for his peerless work of comic genius 'Three Men in a Boat', and it's hugely successful sequel, 'Three Men on the Bummel', but beyond these two titles, much of his other work is now forgotten.

This comprehensive collection contains the complete works of this hilarious and talented author, incorporating fiction, drama and essays and ...
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The Complete Jerome K. Jerome

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Overview

Jerome K. Jerome is rightly famed for his peerless work of comic genius 'Three Men in a Boat', and it's hugely successful sequel, 'Three Men on the Bummel', but beyond these two titles, much of his other work is now forgotten.

This comprehensive collection contains the complete works of this hilarious and talented author, incorporating fiction, drama and essays and observances, as well as the Autobiography of the author.

Rich with humour and insight, collections of essays such as 'Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow' offer a priceless insight into the life and times of late Victorian and Early Edwardian England - a time of apparent luxury and indolence, but also great social and technological change.

The voice of Jerome K. Jerome is never far from the action, with his wry wit and piercing observances standing the test of time, and still never failing to raise a smile and a laugh from the reader.

This ebook has been carefully edited and formatted, and provided with beautiful color illustrations. All of the short stories have been preserved in the collections in which they were originally published, and all of the texts have dedicated active tables of contents.

The works contained in this Bybliotech collection are as follows:

Novels:
Three Men In A Boat (To Say Nothing Of The Dog)
Three Men On The Bummel
Paul Kelver
They And I
All Roads Lead To Calvary
Tommy And Co.

Short Story Collections (72 Short-stories in Total)
Told After Supper
John Ingerfield And Other Stories
Sketches In Lavender, Blue And Green
The Observations Of Henry
The Passing Of The Third Floor Back, And Other Stories
The Angel And The Author And Others
Malvina Of Brittany
Evergreens
Dreams
Clocks
The Dancing Partner

Plays:
Fanny And The Servant Problem
The Master Of Mrs. Chilvers

Non-Fiction:
Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow
Stageland
The Diary Of A Pilgrimage, And Six Essays
Novel Notes
Second Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow
Tea-Table Talk
Idle Ideas In 1905

The Autobiography:
My Life And Times
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149312757
  • Publisher: Bybliotech
  • Publication date: 4/3/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,389,963
  • File size: 6 MB

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  • Posted September 25, 2014

    "Three Men in a Boat" is still funny today, as is &quo

    "Three Men in a Boat" is still funny today, as is "three Men on the Bummel" and I can't wait to get through the rest of this enormous book.

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