With his newfound liberty in jeopardy, Mr. Douglass departs for Great Britain.
by Victor Hugo
After a period of years, the skeleton of Esmerald, buried in the common vault of Montfaucon, is found embraced by a disfigured skeleton.
Jerry and Frank manage their rescue. The professor and his brother are thankful. They discuss their respective trips. The boys prepare for tomorrow’s departure.
With the departure of the Jane Guy at hand, the natives let their true intentions be known.
The author's experiences at school and back at home give him an even greater appreciation of the value of kindness, as well as the importance of education as a means of achieving equality.
A biography of Gaspard Monge.
The author describes the land of Oz to us including the Ozites, the Hammer-Heads, Fighting Trees, and the Kalidahs. Dorothy asks Ozma if Aunt Em and Uncle Henry could live in the Emerald City. She says yes, but to surprise the old couple, for they might be skeptical.
The author at his master’s command, informs him of the state of England. The causes of war among the princes of Europe. The author begins to explain the English constitution.
Mr. Peggotty, determined to find Little Em'ly, asks David for his assistance. Miss Mowcher tells David about her unintentional part in the Peggotty family debacle. Mr. Peggotty and David visit Mrs. Steerforth.
David is sent to Salem House by Mr. Mudstone.
Sag Harbor gives his opinion of the tale of Jonah.
Du Bois remarks on the cotton-mills in the South.
The Tuskegee School opens despite a number of setbacks. Booker turns to the community for contributions.
Du Bois discusses the various education systems in place for the black men.
Villefort visits King Louis XVIII to inform him of a conspiracy.
Thomas Jefferson's second inaugural address, presented in Washington, D.C. in March of 1805.
The author poses some questions about principles of motion.
The country described. A proposal for correcting modern maps. The king’s palace; and some account of the metropolis. The author’s way of travelling. The chief temple described.
Henry and Wilson hear another is planning another charge. Henry's regiment has been chose for an offensive charge. Henry and Wilson inform the lieutenant of the offensive. The soldiers await the order for the charge anxiously.
by Andrew Lang
A crafty tanuki betrays his wife in order to get food and his son vows to avenge his mother. The little tanuki is able to outsmart his father and accomplish his personal goal.
by Anna Sewell
Having been sold once again, Black Beauty meets his new master, but finds his time there short lived.
Chapter 6: Oliver, Being Goaded by the Taunts of Noah, Rouses into Action, and Rather Astonishes Him.
A sudden epidemic provides Oliver with the opportunity to advance. Confronted by taunts from Noah, Oliver's rage gets the best of him.
by Oliver Optic
Christy and his men contain the drunken sailors and take charge of the ship.
The author diverts the emperor, and his nobility of both sexes, in a very uncommon manner. The diversions of the court of Lilliput described. The author has his liberty granted him upon certain conditions.