The author tells the story of James Webster Smith.
The journey continues to Tampa, where the workings of the city are observed. There are pests and problems as well as the beauty of the natural world.
by George Eliot
The reader is introduced some additional members of the Lammeter family. Godfrey makes a request of Nancy at the Christmas dance.
A Lecture delivered at the Evening Meeting of the Royal Geographical Society, 24th March, 1879.
by Emily Brontë
Hindley gets drunk at Catherine's funeral and tells Isabella that he is going to kill Heathcliff. When Isabella tells Heathcliff this information he breaks into the house and beats Hindley. Hindley dies six months later leaving deep debt, and the mortgage in Heathcliff's possession. Isabella leaves for London, and has a son Linton. Nelly returns to Wuthering Heights to sort out funeral arrangements and to check on Hareton; Heathcliff refuses to allow Hareton near Nelly.
Ishmael retells a story from the a gam with the whaling ship Town-Ho.
The narrator talks about making a brush fire when the weather is dry in order to clear the way for new trees. He also describes how you can see the palmettos from the St. Lucie River, anything and everything involving palmettos.
Newland and May's discussion of their engagement leaves Newland questioning his future wife's ability to think for herself.
The journey concludes with an exploration of Rocky Point, Pinellas, and the surroundings. A view of the workings and wildlife of the area is presented, with details of the history accompanying the descriptions.
Several people come to the store to find it closed. When the Judge’s horse remains in front of the house, people begin to suspect that something’s wrong. Phoebe returns to the house and walks inside.
Raskolnikov's goes to trial and is sentenced to 8 years hard labor in Siberia. Razumikhin and Dunya finally marry. While in prison, Raskolnikov finds redemption and renewal.
During a celebration, Dantes is unexpectedly arrested, without any explanation.
News comes that unsettles the residents of Limmeridge. Marian reveals what she knows to Walter. Arrangements are made for his departure.
by Mary Shelley
Victor convinces Henry to stay with a friend so he can continue on his own to work on his creation. He has a difficult time finishing because he knows the horror of his product.
by Jack London
Hump laments the absence of women aboard ship. Later that same night, Hump encounters a visibly dazed Harrison and a bloodied Captain Larsen aboard deck. Hump witnesses another incident of violence below deck.
Lottie is caught listening to Sara's story telling, upsetting Lavinia.
Mary talks to Colin about taking him to see the garden. Upon returning to the garden, she notices that spring has arrived and the flowers are blooming. Dickon declares that Colin will never get better as long as he only thinks of sickness and death.
Pym, Peters, and the native proceed south, eventually encountering a very strange mist.
Stubb dines on his kill.
David returns to London where he visits with old friends and acquaintances.
by Anne Brontë
Agnes Grey describes her new position and the family for whom she works.
A biography of James Joseph Sylvester.
Raskolnikov finds Svidrigailov in a café where he discusses his relationship with Dunya.
by Andrew Lang
A story of a prince who has three fates declared by fairies: a crocodile, a snake, and a dog. However, his wife proves to be stronger than his three fates.
A woman comes to Sherlock Holmes begging for his help to solve the mystery of her sister’s death. Quite a sum of money is offered for their dowries and her sister consequently died before her wedding day. Now the woman is afraid that she will meet the same fate.