The Yankee and the king are taken for madmen and are chased by a mob of angry townspeople. When a nobleman saves them, they believe that they are free. They are taken to the square and, when they cannot provide proof that they are freemen, are sold as slaves.
A biography of Sadi Carnot, Andre Marie Ampere, Augustin Jean Fresnel, and Francois Jean Arago.
The reader is introduced to Reverend Bute. The subject of death is taken lightly.
Du Bois discusses the various education systems in place for the black men.
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.
The narrator introduces himself.
After being left alone on the Island of Monte Cristo, Dantes searches for the treasure of Cardinal Spada.
A medical man answers a strange ad in the paper concerning beetles and is met with a most peculiar task.
A financial disaster puts a damper on Newland's plans.
With their lantern, Dorothy and friends follow a long, steep tunnel inside the pit.
The author describes his wife's reaction to the story.
The Tin Man save the Mouse Queen and she, in turn saves the Lion.
Ishmael ponders the many aspects of Ahabs intended revenge.
Injun Joe is finally found, causing Tom to feel a sense of relief. Tom and Huck return to the cave.
Pip experiences guilt about the nature of his lifestyle. News arrives concerning Mrs. Joe.
A biography of Joseph Louis Lagrange.
Currer and Althesa head south with their new owner.
A group of displace animals successfully defend themselves against robbers.
Ishmael describes the various types of whales.
A further account of Glubbdubdrib. Ancient and modern history corrected.
A king attempts to discover the secret of his daughter's worn shoes.
How Princess Hase was conceived and lived her good life.
Two wives wish to figure out which of their husbands are the most foolish, and devise plans to test them.