Sylvie and Bruno go to sleep outdoors.
A poor man is given instructions in his sleep as to how to become rich so that he can afford his children.
Dantes is visited by the inspector in his dungeon cell.
Anne comes to the aid of the Barry family.
Svidrigailov asks for Raskolnikov's help in finding Dunya. Svidrigailov recounts the circumstances of his marriage.
Thomas Jefferson's second Annual Address to Congress (now known as the State of the Union Address).
by Oliver Optic
Christy bids goodbye to Bertha as his ship sets sail.
Preface to the text.
The narrator receives a letter from Lady Muriel. Eric has returned.
by Mark Twain
The Yankee reads the first newspaper and is pleased, except for the tone of flippany of the writing. The monks are impressed with the paper and the Yankee is pleased.
by Jack London
Now having been promoted, Hump runs the ship with the assistance of Louis. Captain Larsen continues to make life on ship unpleasant for the mutinous sailors. Johnson and Leach bide their time while waiting for another opportunity to take out Captain Larsen. Leach, fearing that death is eminent, asks a favor of Hump.
Mr. Crow gives Brownie a run-down of the week’s events.
Mr. Peggotty pays a visit to David and Agnes.
Anne returns to her last year of school in Avonlea. Marilla begins to miss the younger, more imaginative Anne as her departure from Avonlea comes closer.
While in Europe Amy runs into Fred Vaughn, an old acquaintance from Camp Laurence. Amy continues to write letters to her mother and sisters.
During a walk, Utterson and Enfield discuss the strange events surrounding a neglected building and the figure of Mr. Hyde.
by Bram Stoker
The Harkers join forces with the others. They share all that they know, and discover more information about Dracula’s connections with the area and plans for the future.
Lady Muriel and the narrator talk about inviting Dr. Forester to a future picnic. the narrator sees Bruno and Sylvie curled up in the moss asleep.
The Rough Riders’ time in Tampa is filled with misunderstandings which they deal with as best they can.
"Blessing on thee, little man, Barefoot boy, with cheek of tan!"
Introduction to the the text.
Shylock, determined to receive his bond, refuses a generous offer by Bassanio. Shylock prepares to receive his bond as the court awaits the arrival of Balthasar. Portia, disguised as Balthasar, attempts to incite mercy in the heart of Shylock. Shylock's victory in court is short-lived.
Iron Hans assists a worthy prince in a series of adventures.