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Jerome K Jerome's Former Home In Bloomsbury To Be Marked With Plaque

Posted at 8:36AM Wednesday 22 Jan 2014

Jerome K Jerome – author of the famous comic novel Three Men In A Boat – is to be honoured with a plaque at his former home in Bloomsbury.

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