Oliver receives a share of what is his, while Monks comes to a fitting end. Mr. Brownlow, now legal guardian of Oliver, Mr. Losberne, and Mr. Grimwig stay close to Oliver's new family.
Lebeziatnikov and Raskolnikov discuss Katerina's health as Sonia goes to check on her. Sonia finds a barely coherent Katerina overcome by her physical illness. Svidrigailov offers to take care of all funeral arrangements.
The Crawley finances are in a state of disarray, however Sir Pitt's frivolous behavior continues.
After taking a look around, Carol is unnerved by the stature and state of the buildings in Gopher Prairie. Bea Sorensen's tour of Gopher Prairie leaves her awestruck.
A newspaper prints an article which slanders the name of Fernand de Morcerf.
by Victor Hugo
Gringoire watches Esmeralda, as she performs for the crowd. A mysterious stranger accuses Esmeralda of sorcery. Quasimodo's participation in the festivities comes to an end.
During his visit, Kenyon asks Donatello to let him mold a bust of him.
Albert accompanies the Count of Monte Cristo to Normandy.
A biography of David Gregory, Edmund Halley, Humphrey Ditton, Roger Cotes, Abraham de Moivre, and Matthew Stewart.
Ishmael takes note of Queequeg's customs and behavior.
The fishing proves to be exciting, and they are happy with their catch. They set out into the gulf, but quickly run into trouble when the motor gives out.
Thoreau concludes the work by criticizing conformity in society.
Dorothy, Toto, and Bellina visit Bunnybury, a town of rabbits. At the door, only Dorothy is allowed in and must be reduced to the size of rabbits. Toto and Bellina wait outside.
Marian travels to Blackwater, where she waits to be reunited with Laura. She reveals what little she knows of Walter, Mr. Gilmore, and Laura. Marian is disturbed by the discovery of a wounded animal. The Catherick name is mentioned again.
by Emily Brontë
In a fit of rage Hindley throws Hareton over the balcony, fortunately Heathcliff is there to catch him. Catherine agrees to marry Edgar and tells Nelly, Heathcliff overhears their conversation and leaves Wuthering Heights for three years. Upset when Heathcliff leaves Catherine waits out in the rain for him, catches a fever, and almost dies; during her recovery Mr. and Mrs. Linton catch her fever and they both die. Catherine and Edgar marry three years after their death, and Nelly moves to Thrushcross Grange with them.
The professor is confused as to which is the lion and which is the gardner.
William takes steps to secure his additional employment by meeting with Mademoiselle Reuter.
by Mark Twain
Tom, having returned home temporarily, overhears his Aunt Polly speaking with Mrs. Harper. Tom, Joe, and Huck continue to pursue their new life as pirates.
Dorothy and the gang decide to head for the Rigmaroles. Before they get there, it starts to get dark and they set up camp. The Wizard makes tents out of a handkerchief. Aunt Em and Bellina quarrel about chickens.
by Victor Hugo
Jehan encounters Captain Phoebus in the street and head off to find a suitable pub. Claude Frollo follows, curious at having heard the name Phoebus. Phoebus informs Jehan of his upcoming date with Esmeralda.
by J.M. Barrie
The pirates undertake a surprise attack on the Lost Boys' hideout.
The narrator discovers a long-lost Oriental text called Tellmenow Isitsoornot, and is shocked to find the real story of the grand vizier's daughter Scheherazade in Arabian Nights. Then the narrator summarizes what he finds in Isitsoornot.
by Andrew Lang
A fisherman and his wife wish for sons. An old woman tells the wife how to get the sons she wishes for. When the twins grow, they wish to go into the world. The first brother goes on adventures, until the signs of distress bring his brother to his aid.