Bertuccio visits Benedetto (Andrea) in prison.
A description of the evening at Vauxhall.
Jurgis and his family continue to witness corruption in their respective jobs. Jurgis decides to drink rather than deal with his problems. Ona's health continues to decline.
by Mark Twain
Huck seeks help in order to protect the Widow Douglas. Tom and Becky are discovered missing.
Holgrave visits Hepzibah, and after overhearing a conversation between two customers, Hepzibah becomes concerned over her future. She is offended by their frank conversation involving her losing her dignity. Thoroughout the day, however, things begin to look up and her confidence returns.
Joseph, Amelia, Georgy, and Dobbin depart for the continent. Amelia starts to appreciate Dobbin's presence.
by Jane Austen
Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Jennings’ daughter, has a son; Mrs. Jennings is with her daughter most days, which means Elinor and Marianne are obliged to spend their days with the Middletons.
by Kirk Munroe
Mark and Ruth spend time with Uncle Christopher. Mark attends mill school. In October, Mark, Ruth, Edna May, and Uncle Christopher take a voyage to Wakulla.
by Bram Stoker
A great storm in Whitby and a ship with its dead captain comes on shore. The cargo consisits of wooden boxes and a dog that jumps off the boat and disappears. The captain’s log tells about the horror that took place on the ship. The boat is claimed by a group of Russians. The town holds a funeral for the captain and a normally quiet dog is terrified. Lucy is bothered and continues dreaming and sleepwalking.
Raymond enlists, as America enters World War I. Kennicott's desire to enlist is discouraged by the Doctor's Council of Gopher Prairie. Now a wealthy businessman in Boston, Percy Bresnahan returns to visit his hometown amidst a great celebration from the all of Gopher Prairie.
A story written in the form of a personal diary that investigates the strange disappearances of sheep into the Blue John Gap.
Dantes is visited by the inspector in his dungeon cell.
David runs into Mr. Peggotty, who is still searching for Little Em'ly.
The newlyweds return to New York where Newland avoids a chance encounter with Ellen.
Jurgis visits Elzbieta. Jurgis finds work as a hotel porter and continues to learn about socialism from his co-workers.
Ethan is plagued with indecision and doubt.
Monica and Bertha visit their new neighbors, Mrs. Westmacott and her nephew, and determine she is a very unpleasant woman.
How Princess Hase was conceived and lived her good life.
Amelia's appearance affects George's regiment. Mrs. O'Dowd has plans for Glorvina and Jos.
Ishmael describes the various types of whales.
Toad continues to make his way home, but once again finds trouble behind the wheel of an automobile.
by Victor Hugo
The Cardinal's appearance signals the end of Gringoire's play and the crowd turns its attention upcoming election of the Pope of Fools.
Evylyn and Harold Piper experience many events throughout their marriage, some pleasant and some tragic.
Phoebe begins to brighten the house with her presence. Hepzibah and Phoebe quarrel, but Hepzibah is persuaded to let Phoebe stay for a few weeks. After making breakfast, Phoebe helps out in the store and sells most of the inventory. Hepzibah is thrilled at Phoebe’s work and gives her a tour of the house.
History is within everyone, so living life is the best way to know history/people/life. History books should be written from this more open, organic perspective. Someone experiencing life is closer to true knowledge than someone who reads about it.