Jonathan journals about his conversation with Count Dracula regarding England and the new estate in London that Jonathan secured for him. He notices strange things about the Count and his castle that makes him feel uneasy and like a prisoner.
Lady Muriel meets Sylvie and Bruno.
Thoreau discusses the the many wild animals that are present at Walden Pond, including two warring colonies of ants.
One bride helps another.
Anne is punished after Marilla's broach goes missing
Mulford and Rose talk. He reveals his jealousy over her relationship with Jack Tier, but she reveals that Jack is married. Wallace questions the captain. Spike gives Jack Tier orders.
The reader is introduced to Reverend Bute. The subject of death is taken lightly.
The author describe what would be the ideal house in terms of location.
Weena and the Time Traveller journey into the Palace of Green Porcelain.
Phileas, Sir Francis, and Passepartout, having been successful in their rescue attempt, proceed on their journey accompanied by a liberated Aouda. Phileas' show of generosity towards the guide further pleases Passepartout. As time passes, Aouda awakens from her drug induced state, thankful of her rescuers actions.
A gruesome murder occurs in Forest Row and Police Inspector Stanley Hopkins asks Holmes for help. When Peter Carey’s (also called Black Peter) tobacco pouch is found at the scene of the crime, Holmes investigates.
Ahab continues to enquire about the white whale. Stubb and the crew "assist" the Bouton de Rose in disposing of a whale.
A discussion of dreams and how they can affect the dreamer.
Reverend Abram Dixon's only son, Robert, becomes a minister by going to college. When he comes home to visit Robert proves to his father that his way of preaching is as effective as his fathers, even though they have very different views.
The Time Traveller begins to understand the relationship between the Morlocks and the Eloi. With nightfall approaching, the Time Traveller looks for a safe place to rest.
A fairy sparrow teaches a cross old woman a lesson.
The author’s great love of his native country. His master’s observations upon the constitution and administration of England, as described by the author, with parallel cases and comparisons. His master’s observations upon human nature.
The Meg, Jo, Amy, and a reluctant Beth pay a visit to Mr. Laurence's home.
Mr. Lockwood writes in his diary about his visit with Mr. Heathcliff at Wuthering Heights, where he is to become Mr. Heathcliff's new tenant. Mr. Lockwood finds many things strange about his visit with Mr. Heathcliff.
Dr. Manette testifies at Darnay's trial.
The Count of Monte Cristo arrives at Albert's home for breakfast, as promised three months earlier.
Jurgis is invited home by an intoxicated man who gives him a hundred dollar bill. Jurgis recognizes the man as the son of a former supervisor at the packing plant.
Coverdale observes his new companions.
Mrs. Westmacott convinces the admiral to join the women’s rights platform. It exhibits her use of flattery and cunning to win him over.
The narrator spots Lady Muriel seated on a bench. She explains about her engagement to her cousin Eric and how it ended.