The author poses several questions to the reader.
Mrs. Rachel Lynde receives word of a new addition to the Cuthbert home.
The author’s love of his country. He makes a proposal of much advantage to the king, which is rejected. The king’s great ignorance in politics. The learning of that country very imperfect and confined. The laws, and military affairs, and parties in the state.
by Emily Brontë
As Edgar's health fades, Heathcliff worries that Linton will die before Edgar. He imprisons Cathy and Nelly after he convinces them to visit, and will not release Cathy until she marries Linton. Nelly is kept prisoner for five days.
by Andrew Lang
The adventures of King Peridor.
The narrator describes his stay on Daytona Beach and what he saw there — from birds to plays to scenery.
A brief history of Hebrew algebra.
Donatello and Kenyon wander through the markets in Perugia.
After the funerals of Monsieur and Madame de Saint-Meran, Monsieur de Villefort begins to arrange the marriage of Valetine.
by Jules Verne
As the men discuss their situation, Ned Land continues to become more and more agitated.
Zossimov accepts an invitation from Razumikhin. Zosimov, Razumikhin, and Nastasya discuss the pawnbroker's murder and the subsequent arrest of a painter.
Fairlie and Louis provide an account of Fanny's arrival, the Count's visit, and the letter sent to Laura.
Ishmael describes the right whale.
by H.G. Wells
Griffin tells of taking refuge in a house. (London, England; Pearson's Magazine, 1897)
by Emily Holder
The following is an account written by Emily Holder describing her memories of Fort Jefferson. They tell the poignant and often fascinating story of the hardships, isolation and drama of daily life at the Dry Tortugas in the nineteenth century.
Captain Spike prepares the Molly Swash for departure. Rose Budd and her aunt will be on board. Jack Tier appears, to Captain Spike's dismay.
Thomas Jefferson's third Annual Address to Congress (now known as the State of the Union Address).
Outside of London, Oliver becomes acquainted with Jack Dawkins. Oliver is taken to London to meet Fagin.
by Jane Austen
Chapter XIII makes us feel tense and worried that Catherine will cave in to the inconsiderate demands of James, Isabella, and John. When John lies to the Tilneys, telling them that Catherine cannot go for a walk, he confirms our opinion of him as a selfish, conceited twit.
The girls find that the man on the raft is none other than Will Ford. The family is reunited, with many tales of their Florida adventures to tell.
While in hiding, Pip is told of Compeyson's return.
Napoleon returns to Paris for his hundred day rein. Morrel visitis Villefort to plead for Dantes' release.
by Mark Twain
Tom attempts to stay home from school, with painful and unexpected results. While going to school Tom runs into his friend Huckleberry Finn.