A biography of Augustus De Morgan.
Excerpt from Frederick Douglass' Speech to the People of Rochester, New York on the Hypocrisy of Slavery, July 4, 1852
Excerpt from Frederick Douglass' speech outlining the hypocritical nature of slavery in the United States of America.
George Willard experiences "a moment of sophistication" and sets out to find Helen White.
The narrator leaves New York City and heads to Paris with his new friend. After spending a good deal of time together, they part company and the narrator heads for Boston.
by Jack London
Hump laments the absence of women aboard ship. Later that same night, Hump encounters a visibly dazed Harrison and a bloodied Captain Larsen aboard deck. Hump witnesses another incident of violence below deck.
The narrator finds a boarding house for “colored people” and becomes acquainted with the local black citizens.
Mary, Dickon, Colin, and Ben continue to tend to the garden while Colin’s strength increases. He is determined to build his strength enough to surprise his father when he returns. They discuss Magic.
Will diagnoses the Bjornstams illness as typhoid. Carol agrees to assist Bea and Olaf as they recover from their illness. Vida, Maud, and the minister's wife are turned away from the Bjornstams' home. A tragedy in the Bjornstams home prompts Miles to depart for Canada.
With the arrival of winter, Carol attempts to create some distraction for herself and the townspeople. Carol's treatment of her maid is a source of tension with the members of the Jolly Seventeen.
Several people come to the store to find it closed. When the Judge’s horse remains in front of the house, people begin to suspect that something’s wrong. Phoebe returns to the house and walks inside.
Becky Sharp is introduced to Joseph Sedley.
Two family patriarchs pass away without full reconciliation. Amelia's newfound wealth brings a new set of "friends".
Dantes becomes a successful smuggler while on board his new vessel.
by Emily Brontë
In a fit of rage Hindley throws Hareton over the balcony, fortunately Heathcliff is there to catch him. Catherine agrees to marry Edgar and tells Nelly, Heathcliff overhears their conversation and leaves Wuthering Heights for three years. Upset when Heathcliff leaves Catherine waits out in the rain for him, catches a fever, and almost dies; during her recovery Mr. and Mrs. Linton catch her fever and they both die. Catherine and Edgar marry three years after their death, and Nelly moves to Thrushcross Grange with them.
After the funerals of Monsieur and Madame de Saint-Meran, Monsieur de Villefort begins to arrange the marriage of Valetine.
Zossimov accepts an invitation from Razumikhin. Zosimov, Razumikhin, and Nastasya discuss the pawnbroker's murder and the subsequent arrest of a painter.
Miss Sutherland entreats Sherlock Holmes to help her find her mysterious fiancee that has disappeared. However, he did not give her enough information in their rushed engagement.
William travels to Belgium, where he discovers a new line of employment.
The narrator discusses loquat trees, riverbank fishing, and the habitat along the riverbanks of the St. Johns River.
During his dinner part the Count of Monte Cristo speaks about the history of the Auteuil house.
George's involvement with Tanis begins to take a toll on his health and reputation. George receives his first invitation into the Good Citizen's League.
The narrator discovers a long-lost Oriental text called Tellmenow Isitsoornot, and is shocked to find the real story of the grand vizier's daughter Scheherazade in Arabian Nights. Then the narrator summarizes what he finds in Isitsoornot.
Lady Muriel, Arthur, and the Earl and his daughter consider going off on their own picnic.
Sherlock Holmes is faced with the Boscombe Valley Tragedy, in which a man is murdered and is son is accused of the crime.
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.