Jim and the others load the treasure onto the ship leaving some of the mutineers marooned on the island. Jim returns to his narration and tells the reader what happens to everyone including Silver’s disappearance with some gold.
by Mark Twain
Tom and Huck witness a commotion in the graveyard.
Eva, having fallen ill, makes a request of her father and Topsy.
Livesey takes the map and goes to speak with Ben Gunn. Jim spies Silver and his men and heads for the Hispaniola.
The two sisters witness a man enter through the window of Mrs. Westmacott’s home and see her fall to the ground. They think the visitor was expected, however when she falls they immediately call for help. He hit her on the back of the head with a life preserver, but she is alright.
Dobbin's and George's friendship is further explained.
The author describes the pursuit of the mythical Fountain of Youth.
Jessica and Lorenzo discuss their love as news of Portia and Bassanio arrives. Graziano and Bassanio are confronted about the whereabouts of their rings. Antonio receives news of his ships.
The narrator spots Lady Muriel seated on a bench. She explains about her engagement to her cousin Eric and how it ended.
Jim resumes the narration again. The group escape the Union Jack as a cannonball is shot at them. Jim discovers the Jolly Roger and goes back to tell the others. Jim overhears someone saying that Silver is approaching with a truce flag.
Part Four: The Stockade, Chapter 18: Narrative Continued by the Doctor: End of the First Day’s Fighting
Smollett and the others wade ashore and discover a pirate they have killed. They reload their guns at the stockade. Tom is shot and they convince him that he will die nobly. They fight off gunfire from the pirates and meet up with Jim again.
David travels to Yarmouth to visit Peggotty. While in London, David runs into an old acquaintance.
Jim Hawkins starts his tale of an island. An old imposing sailor stays at Jim’s father’s inn and terrorizes the other inhabitants. He warns Jim about a one-legged sailor whom he fears and threatens Dr. Livesey with a knife.
Ishmael discusses the use of the monkey-rope when processing the whale.
by George Eliot
Silas appearance at the Rainbow surprises the farrier. Silas tells his story to the group.
The two girls get more eccentric in their ways. Clara begins to wear knickers and Ida wears a short skirt. The two girls then throw a dinner party for Harold and Charles. That is the last straw for the Doctor and he realizes the error of his ways.
by Mark Twain
A group of locals show up to prevent the theft of Jim. Huck, Tom, and Jim narrowly escape down the river.
by Anna Sewell
With the Earl and Mr. York away, Lady Anne and Blantyre decide to take a fateful trip on horseback.
Abbe Busoni visits Valentine on her deathbed to pray for her.
by Jane Austen
Catherine and Isabella run into James and John, with whom Catherine has conversations with about the ball and the Thorpes.
The gang helps to settle an argument between a zebra and a crab. The next morning Dorothy gets up early and, along with Toto and Bellina, takesa walk through the forest. They get lost and come upon the Spoon Brigade who take them to the kingdom of Utensia.
"Pray why are you so bare, so bare,"
The author explains how inhabitants of Flatland recognize each other.
Dr. Manette starts to put his imprisonment behind him.
Caderousse tells Dantes (Abbe Busoni) all of the stories of betrayal during Dantes' arrest.