Oliver slowly recovers from his wounds. Mr. Losberne and Oliver travel to London. Oliver continues to bond with Mrs. Maylie and Mis Rose.
Valentine is pronounced dead by Doctor d'Avrigny.
How the maintenance of a standing army is essential in the enforcement of laws.
A destructive outburst by Ahab elicits varying responses from the crew.
Ahab abuses the carpenter when he goes to be fitted for his new leg.
Following the birth of her child, the narrator is cared for by her physician husband at a country estate.
by H.G. Wells
Dr. Kemp hears distant gunshots and is later visited by The Invisible Man. (London, England; Pearson's Magazine, 1897)
The author explains the general characteristics of a proposition.
MNEME begin. Inspire, ye sacred nine,
by George Eliot
Silas inquires about the identity of the child at the Christmas dance. Silas makes a decision concerning the child, viewing her as a gift rather than a burden.
The very vain Emperor in this fairy tale is tricked by a pair of thieves.
Mrs. Michelson tells of Marian's illness and treatment. Sir Percival suddenly decides to make changes.
A story about a doctor, referred to as the Black Doctor, who was a respectable physician. He was a bachelor for a considerably long time and then became engaged to a woman thirteen years his junior. In June before the wedding, the woman is interviewed and the engagement is suddenly called off. The Black Doctor avoids her and therefore avoids the rest of the town.
by H.G. Wells
The narrator is alarmed by the continued normalcy of life. The military starts to take interest in the Martian presence.
Silver is amused by Jim and confides that his men are close to mutiny. He tells Jim to play the hostage to prevent his men from attacking and then tells him that Livesey has given him the map.
by O. Henry
The tale of young woman stricken by poverty and society's shortcomings.
by Mark Twain
Jim is finally set free, Tom recovers from his wounds, and the fate of Huck's father is revealed.
Sara has become fond of the Large Family.
While working in the salt mines, Booker hears of an opportunity to pursue an education.
Pope's concluding notes.
Carol and Will travel to Gopher Prairie by train, following their marriage. Carol observes the other passengers as the travels, feeling that she could help improve their lives. After great anticipation, Carol arrives in Gopher Prairie.
Chapter 20: Are Fortresses, and Many Other Things to Which Princes Often Resort, Advantageous or Hurtful?
The many methods employed to maintain power, and which are most effective.
Will and Carol attend a part at Sam Clark's house where they are introduced to the young up and comers of Gopher Prairie. Carol finds the conservative opinions of Gopher Prairie's citizens to be contrary to her own.
The narrator talks of the Veiled Lady and Mr. Moodie.