This chapter explains the designations assigned to the different counters.
The author suggests methods for practicing the interpretation of the diagram.
The method for representing various propositions is explained.
The author provides examples of how to represent to various types of propositions within the chart.
The author discusses the Universe of Things and the set of things called a syllogism.
The author describes the propositions that can be represented on the trilateral diagram.
An introduction to Whitefoot, who is a very optimistic mouse. Even humans have something to learn from his happy way of life and his various adventures.
Eliza tells her story to a kind couple and is given assistance.
The author explains the three kinds of propositions that will be used in the game.
We discover more about the robin. Mary and Colin are transformed into happy delightful children. Colin has opened the drapes in his room that covered his mother’s portrait.
by Hugh Lofting
Doctor Dolittle receives word about the disappearance of Golden Arrow's son, Long Arrow.
Dorothy and her friends come upon the dragonettes.
The authors gives the answers to his many questions.
Eliza, continuing on her journey to Canada, receives some assistance from the Quakers. Eliza receives news regarding her husband, George.
Recounting of the tales of how things came to be for both Sara and the Large Family.
This book tells the story of shopkeepers Ginger, a tom-cat, and Pickles, a Terrier. They allow their customers credit and are unable to collect enough to pay the bills and subsequently go out of business. Their competition, Tabitha Twitchit, raises her prices once customers are forced to shop there and a few try to compensate by selling some specialized goods with limited success. Eventually, Henny Penny, a hen, reopens the shop.
Tom Loker, having recovered his wounds, gives assistance to George and Eliza as they continue towards Canada.
George's visit with Louise Trunnion fills him with a sense of pride and embarrassment.
by H.G. Wells
Griffin tells of his experiences at the market. (London, England; Pearson's Magazine, 1897)
Sylvie, Bruno, and the Other Professor enter Dogland and are spoken to by the guard.
George and Eliza are pursued by Haley's men. An injured Tom Loker is taken under the care of the Quakers and George.
Ishmael retells some of the legends of Nantucket.
The author explains the use of logic and explains the fallacies associated with logic.