Jerome, Jerome Klapka
Jerome Klapka Jerome is best known for his humorous travelogue Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), a humorous novel about a trip up the Thames. Jerome was brought up in poverty in London, but the publication of Three Men in a Boat in 1889 made him instantly rich and famous. Later in life, he was popular as a lecturer and was hired in preference to Kipling to be editor of The Idler in 1892. During World War I, he volunteered as an ambulance driver.
English novelist, playwright, and actor Jerome K. Jerome is well-known as a humorist. He brought up sensitive issues regarding human emotions in the grab of humour and light-hearted narrations.