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Jerome K. Jerome exhibition is ideal follow-up to Three Men in a Boat at Grantham's Guildhall

Following on from Thursday (March 21) night's production of Three Men in a Boat at Guildhall Arts Centre, an exhibition on its author, Jerome K. Jerome, continues at Grantham Museum.

The exhibition is a celebration of the man and his works, with paraphernalia from the collections of local self-confessed bibliomane and ephemera collector David Feld, a member of the Jerome K. Jerome Society who owns dozens of editions of the classic Three Men in a Boat amongst his thousands of other tomes.

Jerome K. Jerome was born in 1859 in what is now Walsall, West Midlands, the fourth child of Jerome Clapp and Marguerite née Jones. For some reason, the father changed his name to Jerome Clapp Jerome.

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