Dorothy and the animals see a sign for Bunbury and decide to go there. They meet a town full of bread-product people. After Toto eats a raisin bun citizen, they are evicted from the town.
After taking a look around, Carol is unnerved by the stature and state of the buildings in Gopher Prairie. Bea Sorensen's tour of Gopher Prairie leaves her awestruck.
An old woman who has nothing finds a snake in her water jar, and wishes for death. Instead, she discovers a necklace, which earns her wealth. The king buys the necklace, but finds it replaced with the son he so desires.The prince and princess are wed, but she wishes to know the secret of the prince. He warns her of the consequences, which come to pass when he reveals the secret. The princess must work to break the enchantment to get back her prince.
by Victor Hugo
Claude Frollo's destiny is predetermined, but unforeseen events deeply affect his love and devotion to others.
Because of a magician’s enchanted spell, a prince was born with a very long nose. He grows up to marry a beautiful princess, but the magician takes her away before the wedding. He travels all over the world in search of her and meets a rude fairy princess. He spies his princess behind a glass wall, but it wasn’t until he was able to admit to his nose’s size that the wall would break and he could marry his bride.
Traveling from New York, the businessman in the smoking car discuss a number of issues.
By renaming himself upon his arrival in Boston, Chillingworth has hidden his past from everyone except Hester, whom he has sworn to secrecy. He incorporates himself into society in the role of a doctor, and since the townsfolk have very little access to good medical care, he is welcomed and valued. An opportuniy arises when Dimmesdale comes into his care.
by Kirk Munroe
Mark and Frank become best friends. They try to capture an alligator.
Franz and Albert enjoy the last day of Carnival. Albert is stuck by the love of a peasant dressed woman at Carnival, who arranges a meeting for the two of them.
The author discovers and enchanted island of the Fays and witnessess the demise of a Fay.
Svidrigailov attempts to manipulate Dunya by using Raskolnikov's secret against her.
by H.G. Wells
In London, the narrator's brother learns of the Martian attack.
Albert and Mercedes plan to leave the Morcerf house.
Monsieur de Villefort visits the Count of Monte Cristo to thank him personally for saving his wife and son.
Part 2, Section 19: How, Though the Sphere Showed Me Other Mysteries of Spaceland, I Still Desire More; and What Came of It
The author describes his yearning for knowledge.
by Jules Verne
Having arrived in the Atlantic, Ned Land decides it's finally time to escape. Aronnax explores the museum of the Nautilus. Captain Nemo and Aronnax discuss Spanish history.
Captain Spike prepares the Molly Swash for departure. Rose Budd and her aunt will be on board. Jack Tier appears, to Captain Spike's dismay.
Jessica and Lorenzo discuss their love as news of Portia and Bassanio arrives. Graziano and Bassanio are confronted about the whereabouts of their rings. Antonio receives news of his ships.
Silver thanks Jim for not running away, but Jim is worried about his future. The pirates, along with Silver and Jim, discover a skeleton pointing the way to the treasure.
by Oscar Wilde
Basil tries to speak to Dorian about his reputation.
Caderousse breaks into the house of the Count of Monte Cristo.
Dr. Watson receives a letter from an old friend that tells about a treaty that was stolen from his office. Watson refers the letter to Holmes to investigate.
Caesar receives a warning. Cassius and Brutus discuss Caesar. Cassius devises a plan to sway Brutus.
by John Adams
John Adams' first Annual Address to Congress (now known as the State of the Union Address).
by O. Henry
An idealist believes money cannot help him acquire the things he truly desires.