Mr. Gilmore details the circumstances surrounding the creation of the marriage contract and the financial state of Miss Fairlie's affairs. He meets Walter, who seems much altered from the man he was.
Jurgis becomes a scab, undermining a union strike. Jurgis' financial prosperity ends after he assaults Connor a second time. Jurgis is promptly beaten and arrested for the third time.
by Mark Twain
The prisoner confesses to the Yankee, but will not make it known to Le fay for fear of having his property taken away from his wife and child. the Yankee promises to send the prisoner to his colony for training. He promises to make Le Fay hang one day for her acts of violence. The Yankee reunites an imprisoned couple.
The Sedley state is auctioned off.
The Jelly-Bean, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a short story following Jim Powell, an excessive gambler and outcast who has given up on polite society, as he tries to impress his new love interst, Nancy Lamar.
Thoreau describes the many sounds that can be heard from his cabin.
by Jane Austen
A further description of the relationship between Lucy and Robert.
Amelia gives Becky a tour of her house. Becky is curious about Joseph Sedley.
Du Bois introduces the struggles and strives of the Negro over the course of history.
Jekyll’s explanation of events. (Longmans, Green and co., 1886)
The narrator is escorted into a small dark apartment where he is supposed to furnish musical entertainment for a small dinner party. He strikes up a friendly relationship with the host.
Svidrigailov asks for Raskolnikov's help in finding Dunya. Svidrigailov recounts the circumstances of his marriage.
Anne is given the opportunity to prepare for the Queen's Academy exam. Matthew's health is cause for concern. Marilla continues to be impressed by Anne.
Echoing the novel’s beginning, the narrator describes another public gathering in the marketplace, but this time the purpose is to celebrate the installation of a new governor. Hester receives uneasines news about her journey and Chillingworth.
The husband of Lady Sannox develops a sinister plot when he finds out that his wife is seeing another man.
Miss Matilda visits Amelia. Sir Pitt presents Becky with a proposition.
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.
Marlow overhears a conversation regarding Kurtz. Marlow starts his journey up river to visit Kurtz accompanied a by the local natives.
by Bram Stoker
The men see evidence of what Lucy has become. They are shocked and agree to take steps to stop the un-dead.
Rawdon becomes suspicious of Becky, and requests assistance from Sir Pitt. Rawdon makes a discovery upon returning home.
As a way to pass the time during a raging snowstorm, family members exchange stories by the fireside.
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.
Razumikhin awakens the next morning greatly regretting the previous night. Dunya, Pulcheria, and Razumikhin visit Raslolnikov.
Jurgis begins working at a steel mill, however the distance to work only allows him to see his family on the weekends. Marija and Elzbieta both find work as the family prepares for the upcoming winter. Jurgis experiences another tragedy.
Following the service, the Dean and Mr. Crisparkle discuss the current state of Mr. Jasper's health. Edwin Drood pays a visit to his uncle to discuss his impending nuptials with Rosa Bud.