Cousin Ophelia attempts to change Aunt Dinah.
Ann and the unlikely army prepare and march to the Emerald City.
A few abandoned items, which include a pair of broken binoculars and a notebook, are found by a farmhand. The notebook has some macabre commentary, but is incomplete because it is missing the first few pages. It has been studied and it appears to have remnants of blood.
Matthew summons his courage to update Anne's wardrobe. Anne receives a gift from Diana's aunt.
Anne returns to her last year of school in Avonlea. Marilla begins to miss the younger, more imaginative Anne as her departure from Avonlea comes closer.
Ethan thinks about the previous evenings events. Zeena leaves for Bettsbridge.
A man in desperate need of money contacts his eccentric cousin in hopes of borrowing it from him. Although his cousin is friendly, the wife is unwelcoming. However, nothing can prepare him for his encounter with the Brazilian Cat that is ferocious.
by Jules Verne
Aronnax feels compelled to hunt the monster. Aronnax meets Captain Farragut.
Marmeladov tells his story to Raskolnikov over a drink. Raskolnikov follows Marmeladov home and decides to share what little he has after viewing the level of poverty the family lives in.
Ophelia behavior is cause for concern. Laertes returns from France seeking revenge of his own.
Anne is not impressed with the service at Sunday-school.
Georgiana and Carlton get married.
by Jules Verne
The vast nature of the sea is discussed. Aronnax learns some unsettling information about Captain Nemo. Aronnax attempts to persuade Ned Land. The men have a debate about fish.
A king sees a monkey lose many peas in order to gain one more, and realizes he should not start a war with a remote, small country.
Dobbin delivers a letter to George.
Cruncher is sent to attend the trial of Charles Darnay.
Holgrave visits Hepzibah, and after overhearing a conversation between two customers, Hepzibah becomes concerned over her future. She is offended by their frank conversation involving her losing her dignity. Thoroughout the day, however, things begin to look up and her confidence returns.
Propositions of relation are explained, with relevant examples provided.
The author gives advice in hopes of creating a strong, independent Italian state.
A discussion of the various methods that can be used to govern principalities.
by Mark Twain
A warning is given to the reader by the author.
The story opens with the murder of Ronald Adair. Holmes tells Watson his account of tangling with Professor Moriarty and explains his expectation that someone will attempt to murder him. He sets up a dummy across the street, which is shot with an airgun. The killer is arrested.
How princes should behave when ruling states acquired by force, and the difficulties of maintaining states acquired by inheritance.
Mr. Sowerberry decides to take Oliver on as his apprentice.
by Thomas Paine
Appendix to the work.