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An English writer and humourist, best known for the comic travelogue Three Men in a Boat (1889).

Other works include the essay collections Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1886) and Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow; Three Men on the Bummel, a sequel to Three Men in a Boat; and several other novels.


All Roads Lead to Calvary (1919)

The Angel and the Author and Others (1904)


The Philosopher's Joke (1909)

Idle Ideas in 1905 (1905)

Tea-table Talk (1903)

Stage-land: curious habits and customs of its inhabitants (1906)

Dreams (1889)

John Ingerfield and Other Stories (1897)

The Cost of Kindness (1909)

Malvina of Brittany (1916)


Mrs Korner Sins Her Mercies (1904)

The Master of Mrs Chilvers (1911)

The New Utopia (1891)

Three Men on Wheels (1890)

The Man of Science (1892)

Three Men in a Boat (1889)

Three Men on the Bummel (1914)

The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

The Observations of Henry (1901)

The Second Thoughts of An Idle Fellow (1899)

Diary of a Pilgrimage (1891)

Told After Supper (1891)

Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green (1895)

Passing of the Third Floor Back (1907)

Novel Notes

The Prude's Progress (1895)

Fanny and the Servant Problem (1909)

Tommy and Co. (1904)

They and I (1909)

Paul Kelver (1902)

The Soul of Nicholas Snyders Or, The Miser Of Zandam (1904)

The Love of Ulrich Nebendahl (1904)

On The Stage-And Off

Passing of the Third Floor Back (1907)

This modern miracle play, with its deep religious meaning, has been seen and enjoyed by many thousand American young people. Those who have seen it and those who have not will equally enjoy its reading. It is, as most of you know, the story of a mysterious stranger who comes to a sordid boarding house and whose unselfish and tactful personality works an almost miraculous change. Many readers believe that the book is intended to portray a modern incarnation of the Christ, but this, of course, we must leave our readers to decide.

Three Men in a Boat (1889)

Based on a holiday boat trip made by the author and his two real-life friends George and Harris. This humorous travelogue includes local history of towns along the Thames, as well as a few serious and sentimental passages, but remains at its core a comic novel.

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