Laurie and Amy return home with some surprising news. Professor Bhear, in town on business, pays a visit to Jo.
Zeus fills the Achaeans with fear before sending an important message to Hector. Odysseus Diomedes inspire the Achaeans fight courageously.
A short history of Florida is presented. The travelers encounter wildlife and Indians.
Sherlock Holmes is faced with a case involving a man that is lured away from his place of business and is caught up in strange activity.
David travels to Yarmouth to visit Peggotty. While in London, David runs into an old acquaintance.
On the way to Boston, the narrator strikes up a conversation with another man regarding racial issues. Once in Boston, they continue to debate and discuss the social/racial problems of the day. The narrator comes upon several other interesting characters.
Patroclus asks a favor of Achilles, who is still absent from the battle. Patroclus is slain, but not before telling Hector of his own dire fate.
The Count of Monte Cristo encounters many acquaintances while at the Opera with Haidee. Haidee recognizes the Count of Morcerf as the man who sold her father to the Turks.
The marriage of Pelet and Reuter takes place. Hunsden pays a visit, and bestows a gift. The future begins to brighten for William.
A restless and delirious Raskolnikov receives a summons from the police station.
Carol proposes the formation of a drama club, eventually convincing Will to take her to Minneapolis so she can watch some modern plays. Carol enjoys herself in the city, but finds that her unrefined husband is having trouble adapting to city life.
The fate of all is revealed. Spike has the chance to consider the faults and wrongs he has committed.
Joe continues to write, but decides not to write sensational stories anymore. As summer arrives, Jo returns home to her sisters and mother.
The crew of the Pequod encounters a herd of sperm whales, but finds itself hunted before it can launch the harpoon boats.
Marian worries about what sort of document Laura is supposed to sign. The group walks to the lake, where a discussion of murder and crime commences. Mention of the Catherick name causes a rapid departure of Sir Percival.
The narrator discovers a long-lost Oriental text called Tellmenow Isitsoornot, and is shocked to find the real story of the grand vizier's daughter Scheherazade in Arabian Nights. Then the narrator summarizes what he finds in Isitsoornot.
Holmes becomes involved with a case that involves a robbery of an invaluable assortment of things and then the murder of a coachman of a nearby estate.
Walter explains the events that led to the sisters' reunion, as well as the circumstances that brought all three together once more.
Dantes visits Caderousse in disguise.
Three people disappear from their various compartments on a train. Also, in one of these compartments a man is found dead because of a bullet to the chest.
Samuel Meredith recalls some pivotal moments in his life.
by Emily Brontë
In a fit of rage Hindley throws Hareton over the balcony, fortunately Heathcliff is there to catch him. Catherine agrees to marry Edgar and tells Nelly, Heathcliff overhears their conversation and leaves Wuthering Heights for three years. Upset when Heathcliff leaves Catherine waits out in the rain for him, catches a fever, and almost dies; during her recovery Mr. and Mrs. Linton catch her fever and they both die. Catherine and Edgar marry three years after their death, and Nelly moves to Thrushcross Grange with them.
Franz and Albert ask their host, Signor Pastrini to procure a cart and ox for them, since a carriage cannot be found during Carnival. After a short while Signor Pastrini returns with an invitation to join the Count of Monte Cristo's carriage.
Raskolnikov provides some assistance to the dying Marmeladov and his family. After returning home Raskolnikov once again callapses.
Jasper, having arrived in London, returns to his old haunts. Datchery has an interesting conversation with the "Royal Highness the Princess Puffer."