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Je respecte l'avis de Wizzarde sur ce roman de J.K.J. mais permettez moi de vous faire partager mon enthousiasme ...
Le ton est donné dès la préface de la première édition de 1889 : de nombreux livres le dépassent en longueur ou en profondeur, mais aucun n'a encore égalé sa véracité ! La "farce" s'annonce.
L'histoire de ces trois jeunes hommes, dilettantes à Londres sous le règne de Victoria, n'est en fait qu'un prétexte à une série d'anecdotes qui sont autant de critiques de la société de cette époque (la verve de J.K.Jerome aura sans doute influencé celle des "Monty Python").
La promenade de santé sur la Tamise tourne, comme prévu, au cauchemar, mais qu'importe puisque nous avons appris tant de choses sur la vie des hommes ... et des chiens !
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Par Phil-Don TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 17 mars 2010
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"Three Men in a Boat" compte parmi les classiques de la littérature anglaise et retrace le voyage sur la Tamise de trois amis (et un chien!). Outre les petites mésaventures de l'épopée, le narrateur nous livre nombre d'anecdotes et de souvenirs amusants. C'est élégamment écrit et chaque page nous distille un humour raffiné typiquement britannique.
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Un livre assez mince, quel dommage! J'aurai souhaité que cette histoire continue. Je connaissais pas cet auteur, pourquoi pas? C'est un merveilleux oeil ironique sur les moeurs et les habitudes de la haute société anglaise au 19 siècle. Ce livre m'a fait rire, et surtout, refléchir.
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The book was a pure dissapointment. I have never reallized before how importent the layout is for the feeling of a book. This one is produced by Amazon itself and without any feeling for typesetting or layout like printing a PDF on paper without looking at the result. Later I found a careful reprint of the original book on the "gutenberg.org" project with nice small figures and careful formatting so I prefer reading that.
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HASH(0x96310ca8) étoiles sur 5 My annual Spring tonic--wit at its best! 12 avril 1999
Par greene922@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was given a copy of this book about 12 years ago. It has turned out to be one the best gifts I've ever received. Jerome's witty ramblings are the funniest I've ever read. Mark Twain, who I also love to read, comes close to Jerome's style but, in my opinion, is a poor second. Jerome finds humor in the commonplace and the every day occurrences which all of us, even a good 100 years later, can identify with. Starting with his self-diagnosis of every ailment, excepting house-maid's knee, to his singular insights into his friends, self, and surroundings; I never tire of rereading this book. It becomes clear quickly that the dog, Montmorency, is the only one with any sense. Three Men and a Boat always cheers me after a cold, bleak winter. It's the best Spring tonic--I highly recommend an annual dose. I shop now for gifts to give to friends so they can share my enjoyment in this wonderfully humorous and offbeat book. Read, enjoy, and laugh often.
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HASH(0x96310cfc) étoiles sur 5 To say nothing of the dog! 5 juillet 2006
Par E. A Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Imagine Bertie Wooster and two of his idiot friends out on a boat... with no Jeeves. That about describes "Three Men in a Boat : To Say Nothing of the Dog," Jerome K. Jerome's enchanting comic novel about three young men (to say nothing of the dog) who discover the "joys" of roughing it.

The three men are George, Harris and the narrator, who are all massive hypochiandriacs -- they find that they have symptoms of every disease in existance (except housemaid's knee). To prop up their failing health, they decide to take a cruise down the Thames in a rented boat, camping and enjoying nature's bounty.

Along with Monty -- an angelic-looking, devilish terrier -- the three friends set off down the river. But they find that not everything is as easy as they expected. They get lost in hedge mazes, end up going downstream without a paddle, encounter monstrous cats and vicious swans, have picnics navigate locks, offend German professors, and generally get into every kind of trouble they possibly can...

Even though it was published more than a century ago, "Three Men in a Boat" remains as freshly humorous as when it was first published. While editor/playwright/author Jerome K. Jerome wrote a lot of other books, this book remains his most famous. And once you've read it, you'll see why.

Jerome's real talent is in finding humor in everyday things, like trying to erect a tent in the woods, getting seasick, or questioning whether it's safe to drink river water. Written in Jerome's dry, goofy prose, these little occurrances become immensely funny. One of the funniest parts of the book is when the boys listen to a fishermen telling of his prowess, only to accidently knock down his record-breaking stuffed fish.... and discover it's made out of plaster. Oops.

But Jerome takes a break from the humor near the end, when the boys find a drowned woman floating in the river. And here he becomes solemn and quietly compassionate: "She had sinned - some of us do now and then - and her family and friends, naturally shocked and indignant, had closed their doors against her."

But back on the funny stuff. The capstone on all this humor is the "three men." These guys are basically pampered Victorian aristocrats, who have a romantic yearning for the great outdoors. You'll be laughing at them and with them, as they struggle through the basics of boating and camping.

It's worth noting that the Digireads edition of this book is very good, with a flexible cover, extremely strong binding, and a nice reproduction with rather small print. Think "Dover Thrift," but of higher quality.

Funny, wacky and creepily true to life, "Three Men in a Boat" is an enduring comic classic in the vein of PG Wodehouse. Not to mention the dog!
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HASH(0x96312150) étoiles sur 5 Excellent book, horrible edition...make sure you sample first 22 juillet 2008
Par James A. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I want to be clear; this is specifically for the Kindle edition of this book. The actual content, the book itself, would get five stars. It's a great book, huge fun to read, shockingly undated given its age, and I could not have asked for more entertainment once I read it.

I did not, however, manage to finish the book in this Kindle edition. This is perhaps the 25th book or so I have read in this format, and I have grown sadly used to the number of typographical errors and layout problems that lace the majority of the works, but this one I couldn't get through. There are hard returns throughout the book that presumably mark the end of the original line in the text. Unfortunately, they do not correspond to the end of the lines on the Kindle's screen, regardless of the text size, so literally every other line on the screen is one two three words long. It was too disconcerting to get used to, and finally I went through the trouble of downloading a public domain copy from Gutenberg and transferring that over to my Kindle.

Maybe I am oversensitive to this problem, but do yourself a favor and look at the sample of the book before you purchase it. If I had done so I never would have bought it, regardless of the price. 5 stars for the content; 1 star for the edition.
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HASH(0x96312504) étoiles sur 5 Timeless Humor 17 octobre 2001
Par Marian Powell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This has to be one of the funniest books ever written beginning with the opening chapter where the narrator reads a medical book and decides he has every disease in the book. From there, he and his two best friends decide to get away from it all with a boat trip up the Thames River -- and that's the book. It's full of one hilarious episode after another with little side tidbits on the historical places they pass on the Thames. Those few who have found the book dull need to understand that the story is written at the pace of a boat trip and not a television sitcom. It's any vacation where everything goes hilariously wrong and if for once the tent doesn't fall down in a pouring rain or the boat manages to not run into another boat, the narrator remembers another trip and tells the story of carrying an incredibly smelly cheese home--Warning don't read that chapter in public. People will wonder why you're rolling on the ground laughing hysterically. There's also a dog who's idea of being helpful is bringing a dead rat to add to the stew. The only weakness of the book is that I'd like to have seen much more of the dog. On the serious side, Three Men in a Boat proves that humor based on human nature is timeless. Also on the serious side, if you want a good look at how people lived in 1890, this book actually gives a vivid picture, including the nostalgia that the narrator feels for "the good old days". He finds life in 1890 too fast paced and with too many inventions coming on too fast. It makes you wonder at what point people will look back to 2001 as "the good old days".
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HASH(0x963125e8) étoiles sur 5 You'll never believe this is HOUSE! 7 janvier 2007
Par T. Armstrong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For those of you who only know Hugh Laurie as Greg House M.D. - you're in for a surprise. You'd never guess that gravely voiced doctor could be the same posh Brit you'll hear on this recording.

His first-person narration of JKJ's Three Men in a Boat is without doubt one of the funniest things I've ever heard! The book itself is hysterical, but when Hugh Laurie gets his teeth into it, it transcends! His reading of this is my favorite audio book of all time. I keep it in my car and listen to it whenever I feel stressed or need a pick-me-up - or just want to laugh. I practically have the thing memorized, but it never gets old or boring.

When he starts talking about Montmorency (fox terriers are born with four times the original sin of other dogs!), I can't help but laugh out loud.

Buy this CD - it's charming, witty, sweet, surprising informative (JKJ meant for it to be a travel guide when he started) and Hugh Laurie turns it into a rare gem!

Please, Mr. Laurie, do some more audio books! You're brilliant!
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