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Wuthering Heights

Chapter 21

by Emily Brontë

Three years later Nelly and Cathy visit Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff wishes Linton and Cathy to fall in love and marry. After Edgar finds out about their visit he forbids Cathy have any contact with Linton, which drives her to begin writing secret letters to him. Nelly finds Linton's letters to Cathy, destroys them, and does not tell Edgar.

Jane Eyre

Chapter IV

by Charlotte Brontë

About two months have passed, and Jane has been enduring even crueler treatment from her aunt and cousins while anxiously waiting for the arrangements to be made for her schooling. Now Jane is finally told she may attend the girls’ school Lowood, and she is introduced to Mr. Brocklehurst, the stern-faced man who runs the school. Mr. Brocklehurst abrasively questions Jane about religion, and he reacts with indignation when she declares that she finds the psalms uninteresting. Jane's aunt warns Mr. Brocklehurst that the girl also has a propensity for lying, a piece of information that Mr. Brocklehurst says he intends to publicize to Jane’s teachers upon her arrival. When Mr. Brocklehurst leaves, Jane is so hurt by her aunt’s accusation that she cannot stop herself from defending herself to her aunt. Mrs. Reed, for once, seems to concede defeat. Shortly thereafter, Bessie tells Jane that she prefers her to the Reed children. Before Jane leaves for school, Bessie tells her stories and sings her lovely songs.

Northanger Abbey

Chapter XX

by Jane Austen

Catherine prepares to leave for Northanger Abbey with the Tilneys. She is nervous and tries to be on her best behavior. Not all is expected about the Tilney home.

Babbitt

Chapter 32

by Sinclair Lewis

Myra confronts George with her suspicions. George's refusal to conform begins to greatly affect both is social and professional relationships.

The Sea-Wolf

Chapter 1

by Jack London

The narrator of the Novel, Humphrey Van Weyden, finds himself in a very precarious situation before he is rescued by a passing sealing ship.