A new voice takes over the diary.
by Oliver Optic
Christy deals with the Raven and its captain before undertaking a new mission.
Cruncher attempts to make amends for the work he has done outside of the bank. Carton wanders through the streets of Paris as he prepares for his visit with Darnay. Darnay's accusers are named in court.
The ship is navigated out to sea.
by Mark Twain
The Yankee and Arthur decide to wander through the countryside disguised as peasants. The king has a hard time acclimating to being a peasant.
The author gives the reader several random logic puzzles to decipher.
Mary talks to Colin about taking him to see the garden. Upon returning to the garden, she notices that spring has arrived and the flowers are blooming. Dickon declares that Colin will never get better as long as he only thinks of sickness and death.
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.
by Thomas Paine
The author's opinion of the current governing ability of American.
The Count's telling of his involvement in the course of events.
by Emily Brontë
Mr. Earnshaw falls ill, and then he sends Hindley Earnshaw off to school when he can no longer put up with Hindley's complaints about Heathcliff. Catherine's fondness for Heathcliff is revealed.
Onboard a train, the narrator meets someone who looks like Sylvie. The narrator reviews a letter written to him.
Mr. Wickfield and Agnes visit the Strongs. David's encounter with Uriah leaves him feeling morally inferior.
The preface to the novel
How the attitude of the teacher can affect the behavior of the students and the overall atmosphere of the classroom.
A poor peasant becomes a rich man.
by Jack London
Humphrey awakens to find himself aboard the Ghost, a seal-hunter headed for Japan. The cook, Thomas Mugridge, explains the current situation aboard ship.
The author describes the inhabitants of Flatland in regard to men and women.
Mr. Bumble and Mrs. Corney find their plans fulfilled, although not everyone is entirely satisfied with the current situation. Monks questions Mr. Bumble about Old Sally.
A further account of the academy. The author proposes some improvements, which are honourably received.
by Jane Austen
Mrs. John Dashwood, Fanny, is described and is revealed here as a creature even more selfish and uncaring as her husband.
Mrs. Bute Crawley attempts to protect Miss Crawley.
Ten habits to avoid in order to efficiently teach your students.
How teachers can expand their knowledge base through the reading of many different literary sources.
Inspector Stanley Hopkins asks Holmes to investigate the murder of Willoughby Smith, a murder with no apparent motive. Holmes, along with Dr. Watson and Inspector Hopkins, must get to the bottom of the mystery.