David accepts an invitation from Mr. Creakle, where he encounters Uriah and Littimer.
Mrs. Rachel Lynde is introduced to Anne. Marilla empathizes with Anne.
The young prince’s legs stopped growing causing him unable to stand or walk. The King dies and the Prince Regent (the King’s brother) comes to power until the prince is of age. They hold a funeral for Prince Dolor.
The girls awake Christmas morning to find gifts from their mother, and decide to help out a less fortunate family.
Arthur and the others get ready for the big party. Lady Muriel discusses right and wrong.
by Victor Hugo
Maitre Jacques enters the cell of Claude Frollo, informing him of the impending arrest of Esmeralda. The interaction of a spider and fly gives Dom Claude an opportunity to discuss fate with the attorney.
by Jack London
Humphrey meets the tyrannical Captain Larsen, and finds that his request to be released from the ship falls on deaf ears. Captain Larsen informs Hump of his new position aboard the Ghost, all the while ridiculing his weak appearance.
A part of a collection of short stories about three children in the revolutionary times. This story specifically focuses on the children saving a little fox named Reddy from the redcoats.
by Bram Stoker
Dr. Van Helsing gives Lucy a blood transfusion. There is an interview with a zoo keeper that describes the escape and recapture of a wolf. Dr. Seward tells of Renfield’s escape and attack on him. Lucy’s mother dies and tells of the horrible events that took place that night.
by Andrew Lang
A fairy tale about a king who tries to change the fate of his daughter and instead insures the fate that has been assigned to her.
Pip returns to Satis House.
William and Mr. Hunsden meet again. They discuss what has happened and William's plans for the future.
by Victor Hugo
Jehan Frollo discovers a strange scene in his brother's cell. Jehan's request for money is interrupted by the arrival of Maitre Jacques.
Still affected by her conversation with Vida, Carol begins to observe the judging glances of the townspeople. Carol and Will pay a visit to his mother.
by Emily Brontë
Heathcliff leaves one night and is out all night; when he returns he refuses all food, he also refuses a doctor. The next night Nelly finds his dead body; Hareton is the only one to mourn his death.
Marian tells of Count Fosco's visit and threats. Walter reveals the circumstances surrounding Anne's birth.
While running an errand for Mr. Brownlow, Oliver runs into Nancy and Bill Sikes.
by Emily Brontë
As Edgar's health fades, Heathcliff worries that Linton will die before Edgar. He imprisons Cathy and Nelly after he convinces them to visit, and will not release Cathy until she marries Linton. Nelly is kept prisoner for five days.
Mary and Dickon take Colin to see the garden. At once, his pale skin becomes rosey again. Mary and Colin both comment about this being their first time seeing springtime.
Christmas arrives and Carol and Will attend a party at a friends house. Carol's frustration with the stagnant atmosphere of Gopher Prairie continues to increase.
Walter explains the events that led to the sisters' reunion, as well as the circumstances that brought all three together once more.
Walter meets Mrs. Vesey and Miss Fairlie. The group travels through the countryside and Walter considers the artwork already completed by the ladies. Marian discovers something in the letters from her mother.
Becky's life after Rawdon is told to the reader.
Carol spends a day at the lake accompanied by the Dyers, Erik, Cy Bogart, and Fern Mullins. Carol, jealous of Maud's affection for Erik, is happy to accept an invitation to go out on the lake. Mrs. Bogart's concerns are ignored by Carol, who later meets Erik at Harry Haydock's party. Erik's admission leaves Carol feeling confused and uncomfortable.
Haidee relates the story of her father's death to Albert and the Count of Monte Cristo.