George Washington addresses the officers at Newburgh in an attempt to prevent a possible uprising.
Ahab appears before the men, declaring his intentions.
The Professor appears from nowhere.
Some history of William Dobbin and George Sedley Osbourne's friendship is presented to the reader.
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.
by Mark Twain
Sir Dinidan is the first to awaken after Merlin’s tale and plays a joke to waken everyone. Sir Kay tells of how he captured the Yankee and they discuss how to kill him with his magic clothes. Merlin suggests that they strip him and throw him in the dungeon.
When Rose's health suddenly declines, Oliver is sent to summon Dr. Losberne.
Mrs. Lincoln's debts force her to part with some of her wardrobe.
Several people come to the store to find it closed. When the Judge’s horse remains in front of the house, people begin to suspect that something’s wrong. Phoebe returns to the house and walks inside.
by Mark Twain
Clarence reveals to the Yankee about Guenever’s affair with Launcelot, the war between Arthur and Launcelot, and the temporary rule of Mordred (who placed an interdict of the church placed on Camelot). Launcelot and Mordred killed each other in battle and the Church reversed the entire kingdom and brought it back to the way it was. The Yankee decrees that all of the old institutions of the church will be null. Clarence gathers boys for an army.
by Andrew Lang
A turtle asks a girl to marry him, and she consents, not taking him seriously. He then tries to force her to be his, and she finally gets revenge on him.
An adventurous fairy tale about a boy Jack and his encounter with giants.
by Anne Brontë
Rosalie decides to take on a new conquest, but Agnes Grey feels somewhat less anxiety about the result.
The Count of Monte Cristo arrives at the Villefort's residence to remind them of his upcoming party.
Raskolnikov tells the group about Svidrigailov's proposal. Dunya presents a proposal to her brother. Razumikhin realizes who is responsible for the pawnbroker's death.
Queequeg falls ill and prepares for death. Pip makes a request of the dying man.
On Jane’s second morning at Lowood, the girls are unable to wash, as the water in their pitchers is frozen. Jane quickly learns that life at the school is harsh. The girls are underfed, overworked, and forced to sit still during seemingly endless sermons. Still, she takes comfort in her new friendship with Helen, who impresses Jane with her expansive knowledge and her ability to patiently endure even the cruelest treatment from Miss Scatcherd. Helen tells Jane that she practices a doctrine of Christian endurance, which means loving her enemies and accepting her privation. Jane disagrees strongly with such meek tolerance of injustice, but Helen takes no heed of Jane’s arguments. Helen is self-critical only because she sometimes fails to live up to her ascetic standards: she believes that she is a poor student and chastises herself for daydreaming about her home and family when she should be concentrating on her studies.
by Kirk Munroe
The Elmers prepare their new house and make it fit to live in
Albert prepares his home for the Count of Monte Cristo.
The visit to Blackwater provides no new information, but Walter is followed once more. He and Marian continue, making arrangements to find Mrs. Clements.
Miriam and Hilda talk of a famous portrait, Beatrice.
The book’s narrator discusses the events that followed Dimmesdale’s death and reports on the fates of the other major characters.
Thorneycroft Huxtable, a principal at a New England prep school, comes to Holmes with the news that a student has been kidnapped. They must do what they can to track him down.
George encounters Seneca Doane on the train back to Zenith. George attempts to help Riesling with his legal matters, but is met with resistance from an embittered Zilla. George refuses to allow his son to transfer schools.
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.