Amy's luncheon with her art class goes badly.
Walter leaves Mrs. Catherick's to contemplate what new information he has learned. He travels to the church to check the marriage registry.
The men return from their journey. There is a fire. The fate of Oceola is revealed.
by Oscar Wilde
Lord Henry investigates Dorian’s background and shows of his clever talk at lunch.
The Count of Monte Cristo visits Maximilian's house.
The lawyer arrives, with his own plans for dealing with the situation. The group spends their last evening together. Laura gives Walter a parting gift.
Mulford makes certain the ladies are safe, but the boat is lost. The group faces thirst and hunger.
Lord Bellinger and Trelawney Hope come to Holmes to explain about a stolen document. When Watson tells Holmes that one of his known spies has been murdered, they must solve the case.
The second spirit takes Ebenezor to the Cratchit home.
David goes home for the holidays and is introduced to a new family member.
Mr. Badger welcomes his unexpected guests. Otter brings news from the River Bank. Badger helps the visitors make their way home.
A description of the circumstances that led Henry O. Flipper to seek his appointment at West Point as well as some excepts from the correspondence that followed.
by Mark Twain
The Yankee meets with the king’s officer examination board and helps the king choose his army. He makes a valid suggestion that the king readily accepts.
by Emily Brontë
Nelly sees Heathcliff embracing Isabella, which leads to a fight between Edgar and Heathcliff. Catherine, upset at the dispute between them and refuses to eat for two days.
by Anne Brontë
Agnes Grey narrates her family background and the circumstances that led to her employment as a governess.
The men of Vanity Fair say their farewells as the depart for battle.
Chapter 26: In Which a Mysterious Character Appears Upon the Scene; And many Things, Inseparable From This History, Are Done and Performed.
Fagin and Monks discuss Oliver's future.
The story opens with the murder of Ronald Adair. Holmes tells Watson his account of tangling with Professor Moriarty and explains his expectation that someone will attempt to murder him. He sets up a dummy across the street, which is shot with an airgun. The killer is arrested.
An Iroquois attack wounds Gamut and Heyward. Cora devises a plan.
by Emily Brontë
Catherine returns to Wuthering Heights after a five week transformation from wild girl to young lady, all Mrs. Linton's work. Upon her return, Heathcliff is upset at her changes in appearance and attitude. The Linton's are invited to dinner by Hindley, and Heathcliff is forbidden to join them.
Becky continues to work her way into Vanity Fair. The Rawdon Crawleys spend the holidays at Queen's Crawley. Lady Jane is not impressed by Becky's behavior.
by Victor Hugo
The narrator gives a detailed description of Paris and its ever-changing architecture.
With certain defeat looming over the Greeks, Agamemnon presents an offer to Achilles.
Marjorie's attempts to improve Bernice's social skills has unexpected consequences.