A change of disguises allows Uncas to escape a dire fate. Hawkeye trusts that the Huron’:s superstitions will save Gamut.
Jo, now in New York, writes her family to tell them of her experiences.
Raskolnikov tells the group about Svidrigailov's proposal. Dunya presents a proposal to her brother. Razumikhin realizes who is responsible for the pawnbroker's death.
The visit to Blackwater provides no new information, but Walter is followed once more. He and Marian continue, making arrangements to find Mrs. Clements.
George encounters Seneca Doane on the train back to Zenith. George attempts to help Riesling with his legal matters, but is met with resistance from an embittered Zilla. George refuses to allow his son to transfer schools.
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.
Donatello and Kenyon wander through the markets in Perugia.
Fairlie and Louis provide an account of Fanny's arrival, the Count's visit, and the letter sent to Laura.
How teachers can expand their knowledge base through the reading of many different literary sources.
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.
Harold faces destruction when his partner, Mrs. Westmacott’s brother, abandons him with a massive debt that he may never be able to pay back. He tries to take a noble stand for his creditors and Clara vows to stay by him.
by Jack London
Hump learns more and more about the design and purpose of the Ghost. Hump discusses Captain Larsen with a new acquaintance. An incident on board ship further exposes Hump to Captain Larsen's philosophy.
The actors meet some of the local residents. Alice and Ruth are discouraged from exploring.
Walter pays a largely unsuccessful visit to the lawyer. He is followed, but manages to avoid further detection. A letter arrives for Marian. Walter plans to go to Blackwater.
Miss Pross is reunited with her long lost brother. Carton comes up with a plan to help Darnay and coerces Barsad into helping him.
The narrator goes to his Club and meets up with an old friend. Later, the narrator walks through the gardens and imprisons an elf and discovers it to be Bruno.
Because of Uncle Henry’s failing health and poor weather, he and Aunt Em are broke and are going to lose the farm. They tell Dorothy that she will be better off living as a princess in Oz rather than poor with them. Dorothy goes to her room and with the help of Ozma and the Magic Belt, she leaves for Oz.
Chapter 39: Introduces Some Respectable Characters With Whom the Reader is Already Acquainted, and Shows How Monks and the Jew Laid Their Worthy Heads Together.
Nancy overhears a conversation between Monks and Fagin, prompting her to pay a visit to Mrs. Maylie.
by Bram Stoker
Mina and Lucy arrive at Whitby. Dr. Jack Seward journals about his lunatic client Renfield. Mina is concerned that she has not heard from Jonathan. Lucy is beginning to act strangely in her sleep.
Henry's brigade watches a battle in the distance. Rumors circulate throughout the men concerning the strength of the enemy and the fighting ability of certain regiments. Henry's lieutenant is wounded. Men continue to retreat from an enemy that is yet to be seen.
The girls discuss their escape from the winter weather, the clothes to bring, and their plans for the Gem. A telegram from Florida arrives.
Jack and his father help a ship in trouble.
The Tuskegee Institute receives an esteemed guest. Booker's long-standing beliefs begin to change with his continued positive experiences with the southern whites.
George's fantasies continue to negatively affect his home life, as he considers more drastic measures to ease his restless mind.