Toad Hall is liberated. Toad sings a song in celebration.
Magua visits the Delaware in search of Cora. Magua attempts to turn the Delaware against Hawkeye.
by Jules Verne
Passepartout, devoted to the completion of his master's objective, insists on helping the crew of the Rangoon in an attempt to expedite the voyage. Unable to locate a relative in Hong Kong, Aouda decides to accompany Phileas to Europe. Detective Fix is further agitated by the travelers' reserving of space on the Carnatic.
by Jane Austen
Mrs. Dashwood and the girls are busied with more engagements in the neighborhood than they could have expected. In all social engagements to which the Dashwoods are invited, Willoughby is invited as well; his attachment to Marianne continues to grow, but not everyone likes it.
Siegfried returns home and everyone feasts.
A rundown of the terms and sayings that are commonly used by the cadets at West Point.
Romeo, in Friar Lawrence's cell, ponders his life without Juliet. The nurse arrives with a gift from Juliet as the Friar devises a plan to reunite the young lovers.
Du Bois introduces the struggles and strives of the Negro over the course of history.
by Thomas Paine
The author gives his opinion on the state of American affairs.
The narrator is escorted into a small dark apartment where he is supposed to furnish musical entertainment for a small dinner party. He strikes up a friendly relationship with the host.
Raymond enlists, as America enters World War I. Kennicott's desire to enlist is discouraged by the Doctor's Council of Gopher Prairie. Now a wealthy businessman in Boston, Percy Bresnahan returns to visit his hometown amidst a great celebration from the all of Gopher Prairie.
Dantes is taken to Chateau d'If, despite the promise Villefort made to him.
by Ross Kay
The boys and Sam send the boat off to be repaired and the mechanics find nothing seriously injured. The Go Ahead Boys decide they need to keep watch on it all night and divide shifts. George sees an intruder on his shift and they all prepare themselves for the worst.
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.
An unnamed narrator retells Augustus Bedloe's account of his strange experiences in the Ragged Mountains.
The narrator describes “The Club.”
As another year at West Point commences, Henry comes to find that being a First Classman comes with added privilege and respect.
by Jules Verne
Phileas, having arrived back home, sets Aouda up in the guest room before shutting himself up in his room to ponder his predicament. After a proposal by Aouda, Phileas admits his true feelings.
by Jules Verne
Land, Conseil, and Aronnax continue to discuss the possibility of escaping the Nautilus, although some are more enthusiastic than others.
Walter is angered by Mrs. Catherick's letter, but feels it still may prove useful. He gets worrying news from Marian, but cannot leave right away due to the inquest.
by J.M. Barrie
With Wendy's parents now absent, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell pay a visit to the Darling children.
David and Dora are married.
William looks forward to his first day at the girls' school. He again meets with M. Reuter.
Echoing the novel’s beginning, the narrator describes another public gathering in the marketplace, but this time the purpose is to celebrate the installation of a new governor. Hester receives uneasines news about her journey and Chillingworth.