Qureequeg recounts the story of his life.
Luzhin, Dunya's fiancé introduces himself to Raskolnikov, Zossimov, and Razumikhin. Zossimov takes note of Rskolnikov's agitation when the murder of the pawnbroker is mentioned.
by Anna Sewell
The narrator is taken on his first hunt.
A poem regarding a dying French baron who, at the end of his life, frees his slaves in order to redeem his soul.
by Anna Sewell
With the departure of the master's wife, Black Beauty's easy life in Birkshire begins to change dramatically.
Eva gives a gift to all the slaves before passing. Mr. St. Clare stays true to his word regarding Tom's freedom. Ophelia makes a request of Mr. St. Clare. Another tragedy strikes the St. Clare household.
Chapter 34: Contains Some Introductory Particulars Relative to a Young Gentleman Who Now Arrives Upon the Scene; And a New Adventure Which Happened to Oliver.
Miss Rose receives visitors, one of which declares his love for her is solid and lasting. Oliver awakens from a nightmare to see familiar faces.
When Gaudfrey Staunton disappears, Cyril Overton asks Holmes to investigate. Dr. Armstrong is suspected.
Honor and the use of laws and force to succeed in acquiring and maintaining power.
A group of four boys find that their winter break promises more excitement than they could have hoped for. Frank lets his friends know that they have an opportunity for an adventure, traveling Florida by boat.
The authors discuss the formation and analysis of fossil formations.
Mr. Douglass continues to observe the relationship between master and slave.
by Andrew Lang
A prince wins the flower queen’s daughter.
David reminisces about his experiences in at Canterbury.
by Anna Sewell
Mr. Smith's actions and death cause a great stir, resulting in a full investigation of the incident. Black Beauty's recovery is slow and painful.
Silver introduces himself as Captain and strikes a compromise with Smollett. Silver offers cease-fire in return for the treasure map. Smollett refuses him.
by Emily Holder
The following is an account written by Emily Holder describing her memories of Fort Jefferson. They tell the poignant and often fascinating story of the hardships, isolation and drama of daily life at the Dry Tortugas in the nineteenth century.
The Mock Turtle and Gryphon demonstrate a dance for Alice. As the Mock Turtle finishes his song, Alice is whisked away.
Three kittens are dressed up for a tea-party and set out to play cleanly, but end up losing their clothes to the ducks, which started with Tom Kitten losing his buttons. Mother cat finds them w/o clothes and sends them upstairs so as not disturb her tea-party, but they keep playing and make noise. The ducks eventually lose the clothes, which fall off for lack of buttons and sink into the pond.
David finally meets the headmaster, and continues to make new friends at Canterbury. Jack Maldon's departure leaves Annie very emotional.
Amelia gives Becky a tour of her house. Becky is curious about Joseph Sedley.
Bad news from the bank affects leaves a void in the Cuthbert house. Marilla tells Anne about her relationship with Mr. Blythe.
The Count of Monte Cristo helps Valetine survive being poisoned.