Dr. Manette's own account of his imprisonment is read in court. Darnay's fate is sealed by the actions of his father and uncle.
by Jack London
Mugridge treats the new cabin boy harshly, ordering him around every chance he gets. An accident aboard the Ghost results in a new nickname for the narrator. "Hump" receives very little sympathy from the crew for his injuries.
Chapter 5: Concerning the Way to Govern Cities or Principalities Which Lived Under Their Own Laws Before They Were Annexed
A description of the three ways to maintain states that have been occupied.
Jim and the others prepare for their journey to Treasure Island aboard the Hispaniola. Trelawney hires Long John Silver as the ship’s cook. Jim says goodbye to his mother and sets off for Bristol to meet up with Trelawney.
Jurgis returns to work and experiences a worse injury than before. Strikes, weather and injuries prevent Ona, Stanislova, and Jurgis from working. Ona's health deteriorates quickly, as Jurgis finds himself in the ranks of the unemployed.
Ethan thinks about the previous evenings events. Zeena leaves for Bettsbridge.
by Mark Twain
A group of locals show up to prevent the theft of Jim. Huck, Tom, and Jim narrowly escape down the river.
by Anna Sewell
With the Earl and Mr. York away, Lady Anne and Blantyre decide to take a fateful trip on horseback.
The narrator, Sylvie, and Bruno meet Willie’s wife.
Graziano, Lorenzo, Salerio, and Solanio, devise a plan for Lorenzo and Jessica.
by Victor Hugo
Claude Frollo's destiny is predetermined, but unforeseen events deeply affect his love and devotion to others.
by Jane Austen
Catherine and Isabella run into James and John, with whom Catherine has conversations with about the ball and the Thorpes.
by Mark Twain
Clarens tells the Yankee that he is to be burned at the stake. He asks Clarence to help him escape. Clarence denies him. The Yankee tells Clarence to tell the king that he’s a magician himself and he will ravage the kingdom if he is not let go. He makes it known that if he is put to death, he will block out the sun forever starting at the hour of his execution. Clarence moves the Yankee’s execution date up.
The author discusses the meaning of ‘nature’.
Definiton and introduction to sorites.
Exam results are posted, bringing positive news to Anne. The Cuthbert's continuing health problems concern Anne.
"Pray why are you so bare, so bare,"
Silver thanks Jim for not running away, but Jim is worried about his future. The pirates, along with Silver and Jim, discover a skeleton pointing the way to the treasure.
The author explains how inhabitants of Flatland recognize each other.
The author clarifies a few things for the reader.
Methods for maintaining a tidy classroom throughout the school term.
Cruncher protects Lucie and Miss Pross. Madame Defarge is unwilling to assist Lucie.
The author's dedication to Lorenzo Di Piero De' Medici.
As her life comes to a close, Elizabeth Willard shares her life experiences with Doctor Reefy.