Jerome K. Jerome



Essays by Jerome K. Jerome

On being idle

There are plenty of lazy people and plenty of slow-coaches, but a genuine idler is a rarity.

On dress and deportment

Why shouldn’t we dress a little gayly? I am sure if we did we should be happier.

On memory

It is the brightness, not the darkness, that we see when we look back. The sunshine casts no shadows on the past

On the weather

The weather is like the government—always in the wrong.
Patrick Madden's New Book
Quotidiana by Patrick Madden

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