While in Europe Amy runs into Fred Vaughn, an old acquaintance from Camp Laurence. Amy continues to write letters to her mother and sisters.
by Bram Stoker
Renfield reveals his involvement in the events surrounding Dracula. Mina and Harker are victims of Dracula’s plan.
The narrator describes visiting the Murat estate.
by Bram Stoker
Harker determines the location of the missing boxes, and the men decide they must act quickly. Renfield is involved in a mysterious accident.
Nearing the treasure, the pirates hear a high voice singing the Flint’s last words. They believe it’s his ghost but continue forward. They discover the treasure missing.
The author sent for to court. The queen buys him of his master the farmer, and presents him to the king. He disputes with his majesty’s great scholars. An apartment at court provided for the author. He is in high favour with the queen. He stands up for the honour of his own country. His quarrels with the queen’s dwarf.
by Kirk Munroe
Sumner and Mr. Manton begin to understand one another. There is a crisis with one of the canoes, which Sumner tries to remedy.
by Thomas Paine
The author's opinion of the current governing ability of American.
The narrator describes the circumstances of his birth.
The Chancellor gets agitated at the roaring crowd outside his window. They are waiting for the Warden and seem to be screaming for less bread and more taxes. Bruno comes in looking for Sylvie.
A man knocks on Watson’s door early in the morning and he discovers he has a missing thumb from a murderous attack in the night. They resolve to go see Sherlock Holmes about the case.
by Oliver Optic
Christy is informed by the captain that he is to be sent home. He bids goodbye to his fellow sailors who leave with the Tallahatchie.
With his newfound liberty in jeopardy, Mr. Douglass departs for Great Britain.
Willam Dobbin and Amelia reconcile with each other. Becky visits Joseph with less than honorable intentions. Rebecca's ambition pays off financially, but leaves her friendless.
This is a narrative of William Wells Brown's life and how he came out of slavery.
by Andrew Lang
A story about how Tiidu went from lazy to industrious, earning himself a nice fortune through persistence.
Stryver and Carton discuss the days proceedings over drinks. Stryver questions Carton's feelings for Lucie.
Jurgis jumps aboard a freight train in a state of shock. In the country Jurgis becomes a vagabond, stealing just to survive. After witnessing a mother and child, Jurgis breaks down.
Holmes is called to investigate a case about a man who shatters busts of Napoleon. When a murder occurs, Holmes must work faster to solve the mystery.
Fagin watches Nancy closely, hoping to blackmail her with any information he discovers.
by Oscar Wilde
A poetic narrative describing Oscar Wilde's experiences in the Reading Gaol.
Jurgis and Ona finally marry. Ona and Elzbiata are constantly sick, while Antanas develops a cough and open sores from work. The harsh winter in Packingtown intensifies the hardships of the family.
Jurgis looks for work and is temporarily hired at Brown and Company. More of Jurgis's and Ona's life in Lithuania is revisited. Their decision to immigrate to Chicago is met with a series of encounters with corrupt agents and officials.
Newland and May travel to Europe for the honeymoon, where they visit with friends.