Bedtime in the Public Domain

Reading books from the public domain, one chapter at a time.

We learn how Fix "deduced" that Phileas Fogg is the bank robber in question.

London reacts to the bet, and dots are connected between Fogg and the recent bank robbery.

Phileas Fogg arrives home rather earlier than anticipated, and informs Passepartout of their imminent journey.

A polite conversation over a game of whist turns into a rather substantial wager.

Passepartout explores the home of Phileas Fogg, and decides he's going to be blissfully happy in the mundane life to follow.

Phileas Fogg, a most exact and settled gentleman in the United Kingdom, hires Jean Passepartout as his new servant.

Announcing upcoming schedules for releases, and announcing book 11: "Around the World in 80 Days" by Jules Verne.

Dorothy Gale is once again carried off to a magical fairy country. This time, she visits the Land of Ev, where she soon meets Ozma and other friends from Oz.

Dorothy discovers Uncle Henry's sad emotional state, and consults Glinda the Good for a way home.

Dorothy returns with her friends to the Emerald City.

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