Holmes and Watson find more clues as to the kidnapping of a prep school student. When the clues point to James Wilder, Holmes and Watson stop at nothing to catch him.
Sylvie, Bruno, My Lady, and the Professor wander through the gardens. There is a silly limmerick about a headless bear.
by George Eliot
Silas Marner, a respected resident of lantern Yard, is wrongfully accused of theft.
by Mark Twain
The preface is a disclaimer signed by the author. In the introduction/explanation, the stranger tells the narrator his story of being a yankee in Connecticut.
The narrator tells of his growing fascination with Master B, as well as the series of events following the appearance of the ghost.
The King of Bohemia seeks the help of Sherlock Holmes in securing a picture that could be used against him in the political scene.
Amy and Jo exhibit their personality differences while visiting several families.
The final spirit arrives to reveal an ominous future to Ebenezer Scrooge.
Du Bois remarks on the cotton-mills in the South.
by Bram Stoker
Mina, Jonathan’s girlfriend, writes letters back and forth to her friend Lucy about the young men in her life, Dr. Jack Seward and Quincey Morris. Arthur Holmwood introduced Lucy to Quincey Morris.
Mein Herr finishes his song to thanks and compliments of the crowd. Sylvie and Bruno disappear.
Three years have passed and Mr. March has come home. Meg is preparing for her marriage, while Jo pursues a writing career.
Marlow recounts his journey up the Congo River to the narrator and his fellow travelers.
Raskolnikov pays a visit to Sonya, who is surprised and frightened by his presence. Svidrigailov listens in on Raskolnikov and Sonya's conversation in private.
Mrs. Lincoln's debts force her to part with some of her wardrobe.
by Emily Brontë
After returning from Wuthering Heights, Mr. Lockwood asks Nelly to tell him all about Mr. Heathcliff and his daughter-in-law.
by Emily Brontë
Nelly returns to the Grange after she is freed by Zillah to assure Edgar that Cathy is safe. She sends servants to bring Cathy back to the Grange, they come back empty handed. Cathy finally escapes with the help of Linton, and is reunited with Edgar right before he dies.
by Mark Twain
Huck is invited to stay with the Grangerford family.
Chapter 35: Containing the Unsatisfactory Result of Oliver's Adventure; And a Conversation of Some Importance Between Harry Maylie and Rose.
Harry and Giles rush to the aid of Oliver. Harry and Rose discuss their feelings for each other.
A letter from the author to Mr. B.
Agnes and David's relationship continues to flourish.
Raymond and Vida, now active in town activities, are married. Vida is jealous and resentful of Carol taking Will's love for granted.
Chapter 27: Atones for the Unpoliteness of a Former Chapter; Which Deserted a Lady, Most Unceremoniously.
Mr. Bumble and Mrs. Corney discuss the possibility of a future together.
Mr. March arrives just in time for Christmas Day.
David admits his feelings for Dora to Miss Betsey, who reacts unexpectedly to the news. David attempts to recoup some money for Miss Betsey. Agnes informs David of her own family's situation.