A thoughtless fairy enchants a fountain without considering the effects of the enchantment. Beyond destroying the town, the mistake takes effect against the young wards of another fairy. The fairies try to discover a way to undo the mistake and reunite the young lovers.
Razumikhin awakens the next morning greatly regretting the previous night. Dunya, Pulcheria, and Razumikhin visit Raslolnikov.
Both the Trojans and Greeks devise plans to spy on one another. However, only the Greeks are successful.
Zeus, keeping his promise to the Trojans, sends a false dream to Agamemnon.
George appointment as an official delegate comes with newfound sense respect.
Pip, in extreme debt, falls ill. Joe comes to Pip's aid bring news of home. Pip decides to return home.
Jurgis learns english as his involvement in the union increases. Jurgis is encouraged to vote. Jurgis becomes aware of the many corrupt practices that are prevalent in various industries.
The narrator makes a request to the reader.
Thoreau observes the winter wildlife at Walden Pond.
Having been orphaned at childbirth, young Oliver is left in the care of Mrs. Mann. Mr. Bumble arrives to take Oliver to slightly more hospitable surroundings. After losing a bet, Oliver makes an unusual request.
The gods continue to argue amongst themselves while interfering with the lives of mortals.
The Truands, having armed themselves, gather at a local tavern. As midnight approaches, Clopin Trouillefou leads the rowdy mob into the streets.
Esmeralda, having been missing for one month, is discovered by Gringoire in the Tournelle Criminelle. Esmeralda, having been accused of murder and witchcraft, is greatly troubled by the failing health of Captain Phoebus. Gringoire is shocked by the identity of the second defendant.
Jurgis begins working at a steel mill, however the distance to work only allows him to see his family on the weekends. Marija and Elzbieta both find work as the family prepares for the upcoming winter. Jurgis experiences another tragedy.
David is sent home after receiving some bad news.
Victor receives a letter from his father telling him that his brother William has been murdered. When he reaches Geneva, the gates are already closed and he wanders in the woods, where he finds his creature. Justine has been accused of murdering William, however Victor is convinced his creature is responsible.
Following the service, the Dean and Mr. Crisparkle discuss the current state of Mr. Jasper's health. Edwin Drood pays a visit to his uncle to discuss his impending nuptials with Rosa Bud.
Ahab comes at Moby Dick head on. Crew members are lost when things do not go as planned.
Carton visits Darnay before his execution.
The foursome spend time at Eliot's Pulpit, discussing issues of womens' rights.
Buck's pampered existence comes to a sudden and unexpected end.
Hester’s one consolation is her daughter, Pearl, who is described in great detail in this chapter.
Jo, intending to help her sister's relationship with Laurie as well as her own writing, decides to move to New York.
Has-se recieves the token and sets out to rescue his friend. E-chee, Has-se and Yah-chi-la-ne enter the Seminole camp.