Pym and Peters continue to search for a means of escape from the island.
David is sent to Salem House by Mr. Mudstone.
by Mark Twain
Tom trades his profits from the whitewashing for tickets in order to win a prize at church. Tom is introduced to Judge Thatcher.
The author presents his opinion of English poetry.
Upon his return to Blithedale, Coverdale stumbles upon a strange scene.
How Siegfried becomes lord of Nibelungen.
Fort Jefferson and the nearby areas are described including information regarding the natural surroundings, the structure and workings of the fort, and events of historical interest.
by Andrew Lang
A king advertises that he will wed his daughter to one who can make a ship that will float on both land and sea. Three brothers each have their hand at building such a ship, but the kindness of the youngest allows him success, as he befriends a holy hermit. The group journeys to the kingdom, picking up friends along the way. Unfortunately, the king changes the rules when they arrive, but the man's new friends help him to meet the king’s demands.
Ishmael feels the ship is being drawn to its destruction. Ahab continues to command the ship with a fury as it sails through treacherous waters.
Marian and Laura take a walk, where Laura reveals some details of her marriage to Sir Percival. They see a strange figure, and Marian tries to find out who it could have been.
Upon exiting the woods, Alice enters a house and is introduced to the Duchess and Cheshire Cat.
Four girls are introduced: Grace, Betty, Molly and Amy. Grace is upset over the disappearance of her brother, Will.
by Oliver Optic
Christy’s uncle is found to be passenger on the Tallahatchie. The family members are reunited.
Evaluating whether teaching will be just a job or a lifetime career.
by Oliver Optic
Christy is joyfully received at home. He pays tribute to the character of his adversaries.
by Oliver Optic
Christy takes advantage of Bokes’s knowledge of the Tallahatchie. They find the Bellevite.
A man underlying a death sentence shines a light on what is called the most inexplixable crimes of the century. The case involves an abundant request of specials for any given day and the case of the disappearance of one.
Mrs. Michelson is sent away on a hopeless errand. Upon her return, she and Laura are informed that Marian has left for Limmeridge house. Laura embarks in pursuit of her sister. Mrs. Michelson is made aware of the extent of Sir Percival's deceit.
After Mr. Brocklehurst’s negligent treatment of the girls at Lowood is found to be one of the causes of the typhus epidemic, a new group of overseers is brought in to run the school. Conditions improve dramatically for the young girls, and Jane excels in her studies for the next six years. After spending two more years at Lowood as a teacher, Jane decides she is ready for a change, partly because Miss Temple gets married and leaves the school. She advertises in search of a post as a governess and accepts a position at a manor called Thornfield. Before leaving, Jane receives a visit from Bessie, who tells her what has happened at Gateshead since Jane departed for Lowood. Georgiana attempted to run away in secret with a man named Lord Edwin Vere, but Eliza foiled the plan by revealing it to Mrs. Reed. John has fallen into a life of debauchery and dissolution. Bessie also tells Jane that her father’s brother, John Eyre, appeared at Gateshead seven years ago, looking for Jane. He did not have the time to travel to Lowood and went away to Madeira (a Portuguese island west of Morocco) in search of wealth. Jane and Bessie part ways, Bessie returning to Gateshead, and Jane leaving for her new life at Thornfield.
Lady Muriel and the Earl discuss the weight of tea.
Ahab's hat is stolen as he obsessively waits to spot Moby Dick.
The narrator directly addresses the Judge as if he were merely sleeping.
The narrator, Sylvie, and Bruno come upon Nero.
by Victor Hugo
Claude Frollo watches Esmeralda's performance, wishing to know the identity of her assistant. Having recognized Gringoire, Claude Frollo chastises him about his current occupation. Gringoire informs Claude Frollo of his wife and the strange events which lead to his nuptials.
On his journey to Knowlesbury Walter is assaulted. He narrowly escapes days in jail by calling upon a friend. His discovery at the lawyers leads him to believe he has found out Sir Percival's secret. There is a shocking turn of events back at the church.