The pattern of revenge continues.
George gets updated on current affairs while Myra sleeps.
Captain Spike prepares the Molly Swash for departure. Rose Budd and her aunt will be on board. Jack Tier appears, to Captain Spike's dismay.
Jos and Dobbin get a good nights sleep. Dobbin prepares for a reunion of sorts.
by Jack London
Having been driven hard, Buck eventually begins to regain his strength. Buck faithfully serves his master John Thornton.
William and Frances continue their married life together, with continued contact with Hunsden.
Edwin Drood visits the Staple Inn, where he is invited to stay for dinner. Grewgious bestows a valuable gift upon Edwin.
Walter surprises the Count with his approach. The two spend a tense night together.
by Bram Stoker
There is a funeral for the deceased. Mina and Harker have a disturbing run-in with a mysterious man in London. Children of the town are attacked by the “Bloofer Lady.”
Becky gets acquainted with the Sedley household.
A conitnuation of part 1 in which Dr. Watson receives a letter from an old friend that tells about a treaty that was stolen from his office. Watson refers the letter to Holmes to investigate.
Maurice and his father are invited to America to offer assistance to their family members. The travel there is peopled with interesting characters and the excitement of a child gone overboard.
Becky's ambition is finally realized. Becky receives assistance from Lord Steyne.
A biography of Isaac Todhunter.
The narrator describes his stay on Daytona Beach and what he saw there — from birds to plays to scenery.
The author describes the symptoms that have appeared in and on the cows and how he treated them.
Booker's travels throughout Europe introduce him to a number of new teaching methods, as well as instilling a since of hope for equality in the United States.
With some advising from Steerforth, David decides on a future profession. David witnesses a strange encounter between Miss Betsey and a stranger. David begins to establish himself at the Doctors' Commons.
There is a misunderstanding between the Captain and Mrs. Budd. The ship is stopped by a cruiser.
Higgins and Pickering attempt to make amends with Eliza.
Raskolnikov visits Porfiry Petrovich at the police station, presenting him with a request for the items from the pawnbroker's shop.
David returns to London where he visits with old friends and acquaintances.
Marian travels to Blackwater, where she waits to be reunited with Laura. She reveals what little she knows of Walter, Mr. Gilmore, and Laura. Marian is disturbed by the discovery of a wounded animal. The Catherick name is mentioned again.
by Bram Stoker
There is another attempt to save Lucy through a transfusion. News arrives from Mina and Jonathan. A change begins to take place in Lucy.