Hal Winter's situation causes a brief feeling of bitterness to overcome Ray Pearson.
Mary hears a noise during a storm. She meets Colin, Archibald’s ill son. Mary tells him of the garden and he wants to see it someday. Colin expresses his anger toward his deceased mother.
by H.G. Wells
News arrives that the military is attacking the Martians. No longer safe in his home, the narrator prepares to leave the area.
by Andrew Lang
A skilled tailor longs to be a prince and steals the title from a prince that hasn’t been seen. He is set to different tasks and is proven to be the tailor, but has a happy ending.
The author discusses the meaning of ‘nature’.
Stryver's plan to propose to Lucie comes to a sour end.
George Babbitt departs for work after a brief discussion with his neighbor, Mr. Littlefield.
Kate, captivated by George, pays him a visit.
by Anna Sewell
Black Beauty describes his experiences with Reuben Smith, Mr. Yorks temporary replacement. Mr. Smith's irresponsibility causes great pain for Black Beauty.
Upon returning, Zeena gives Ethan some unsettling news concerning Mattie.
A part of a collection of short stories about three children in the revolutionary times. Marmaduke gets tonsilitis and has to stay in bed. One night he meets a fairy who sings to him and takes him around the world.
by Emily Brontë
Nelly's narrative ends; Zillah is now who tells Nelly about Cathy. Before Linton dies Cathy takes care of herself; after Linton dies, Cathy will not let Zillah or Hareton be nice to her.
Pip, in extreme debt, falls ill. Joe comes to Pip's aid bring news of home. Pip decides to return home.
Miss Pross has one last encounter with Madame Defarge as she and Cruncher prepare to leave the city.
by Emily Brontë
Heathcliff returns to Thrushcross Grange a few months after Catherine and Edgar were married. While Heathcliff stays at Wuthering Heights, Catherine and Isabella visit him; Isabella falls for Heathcliff in the process.
Anne's defense of her honor ends in injury. The new teacher arrives.
Stryver discusses his feelings for Lucie with Carton.
Mr. Dick visits the school and tells David of an encounter that his Aunt Betsy has had. David's visit with the Heeps leaves him feeling manipulated.
The girls plan excitedly for their trip to Florida. Grace speaks to her father about her missing brother and the trip south. A letter arrives.
Now in Washington D.C., Elizabeth is introduced to Mrs. Lincoln.
A man comes to Sherlock Holmes seeking advice about the disappearance of a bizarre society of red-headed young men that are funded by a man who sympathized with red-headed men.
by H.G. Wells
The Invisible Man is captured by the townspeople. (London, England; Pearson's Magazine, 1897)
Lucie and Darnay are visited by Sydney Carton. Darnay makes a promise to Lucie regarding Carton.
Mrs. Medlock and Dr. Craven visit Colin and notice his improvement. Dickon goes to see Mary and Colin and they make preparations to visit the garden.
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.