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    Michael Dean
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    As a lifelong Jerome fan, I have always particularly loved Three Men in a Boat, and lost count of the number of times I have read it. Something that has intrigued me for years is that, in some editions, such as the Penguin one, the exchange between Harris and J at the beginning of Chapter 5 (“How could I wake you when you didn’t wake me?”) is cut out, while in others, such as the Oxford World’s Classics, it is left in. I know it’s not the funniest joke in the world, but why leave it out? Can anyone suggest a reason?

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