Dobbin makes a purchase for Amelia.
Alleyn reveals his feelings for Mary to Osbert. The Count offers a match for Mary, but she is hesitant to accept.
Dantes, in a disguise of an Englishman, visits Morrel and Son to speak with M. Morrel.
David's hopes for domestic bliss are not fulfilled.
Hawkeye, the white hunter, and Chingachgook, a mohican, discuss current events while Uncas trails Maqua tribesmen. The hear a party is approaching on horseback.
Pip is taken to Miss Havisham's manor. Pip is affected by Miss Havisham's daughter, Estella.
The narrator describes his journey to visit “the Old Sugar Mill”, a collection of ruins north of New Smyrna.
Once again, the Veiled Lady returns. Coverdale encounters several of his Blithedale companions.
Rat and Mole are find a missing child with the help of a mythical creature.
Pip is given good news by the lawyer Jaggers.
Newland warns Ellen about the possible outcome of the divorce.
The sculptor tries to follow the figures wearing black masks.
A brief essay by the author is presented to the reader. Rawdon and Rebecca continue to live on chance. An earlier incident involving Rawdon is revisited.
Raskolnikov fearing the police suspect him of the murders, has a strange encounter with a stranger on the street.
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After a discussion with Priscilla, Nancy fears she is cause of Godfrey's disappointment.
Phoebe is mesmerized by the story and tells Holgrave that she must return home for a short time. Holgrave tells Phoebe his feelings about Hepzibah and Clifford and that he senses trouble. Phoebe leaves.
Mr. Douglass recounts the many incidents that occurred after his return from Great Britain.
Hilda wanders through a picture gallery and feels the weariness and lonliness that accompanies it.
Mole is busy with spring-cleaning when he feels compelled to visit the world above. Mole and Rat take a trip up the river.
Rebecca describes the Crawley family to Amelia. Rebecca meets her charges.
A biography of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz.
Amelia continues to feel a sense of obligation and duty, devoting her life to her father. Major Dobbin heads home and runs into an old friend on the way. Upon the receipt of good news, Dobbin's spirit is lifted.
The narrator covers the events of the years after Hester’s imprisonment.
The Tuskegee Institute creates a new program to allow the less privileged to attend. The author's skills as a public speaker put him in a position of high demand.
Svidrigailov discusses his relationship with Marfa Petrovana and current engagement, ensuring Raskolnikov that he no longer has any interest in Dunya.