A story written in the form of a personal diary that investigates the strange disappearances of sheep into the Blue John Gap.
Walter is happy with married life, but determines to continue with his investigations of Fosco. He calls on Pesca for assistance.
David runs into Mr. Peggotty, who is still searching for Little Em'ly.
by Jane Austen
Catherine becomes growingly supicious of the General and his wife’s mysterious disappearance.
by H.G. Wells
The narrator and the Curate continue to travel at night, choosing to hide during the daylight hours. Another cylinder arrives.
The siege of Fort William Henry rages on. Hawkeye has been captured by the French. A meeting with Munro is requested by the French leader, Montcalm.
Jim and Hands get into a fight. Jim is pinned to the mast as he shoots Hands.
May Day, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a tale that interweaves the stories of the underprivileged and of the wealthy during the May Day riots of 1919.
The newlyweds return to New York where Newland avoids a chance encounter with Ellen.
Hollingsworth and Coverdale face-off regarding the ideas of philanthropy held by the former and opposed by the latter.
Amelia visits the Osbourne home. Old Osbourne makes an offer George can't refuse.
Dorothy and her friends fight wolves, crows, and bees, and are captured by the Flying Monkeys. The Wicked Witch tries to take Dorothy’s Silver Shoes but Dorothy throws a bucket of water on her and melts her away!
Christmas Eve and the dinner party to make peace between Neville and Edwin is at hand. Edwin has a strange and troubling conversation with a woman on the streets of Cloisterham. A great storm descends upon the town.
Woot, the Tin Man, and the Scarecrow continue on their journey. They decide to explore the city of the Loons and discover curious creatures that capture them. They escape and continue on their journey, their curiosity satisfied.
Jurgis visits Elzbieta. Jurgis finds work as a hotel porter and continues to learn about socialism from his co-workers.
by Victor Hugo
Claude Frollo, unaware of Quasimodo's intervention, retreats to the countryside for a period of reflection. Claude Frollo fears he has seen a ghost.
How the teacher's presence in the and involvement in the community is as important as their role in the classroom.
Having not eaten for weeks, Pym and Peters take drastic action in escaping the island.
Issues are confronted as the foursome is once again reunited at Eliot's Pulpit.
Mr. Douglass recounts his early childhood experiences as a slave.
The Prince awakens to find his nurse gone. The townspeople rejoice at the news that the prince was alive. The godmother appears to him again and tells him about the many forms she has taken to watch over him.
Mr. Douglass remembers his mother.
David divulges his true feelings to Agnes.
Maximilian Morrel visits his love, Valentine, the daughter of Monsieur Villefort.