Chapter One Falling Through the Rabbit Hole
Chapter Two Alice Cries a Lake of Tears
Chapter Three A Party Race and a Long Story
Chapter Four The Rabbit Decides to Send in a Little Bill for Help
Chapter Five The Caterpillar Gives Some Advice
Chapter Six A Strange Baby and Some Pepper
Chapter Seven A Mad Tea Party
Chapter Eight Back to the Start-
Chapter Nine A Game of Croquet for the Queen
Chapter Ten Speaking to the Duchess
Chapter Eleven The Story of the Mock Turtle
Chapter Twelve The Thief of Tarts
Chapter Thirteen Alice as a Witness
Chapter One A Strange Bedmate
Chapter Two A Friendship Forever
Chapter Three The Mysterious Captain Ahab
Chapter Four Getting Ready to Set Sail
Chapter Five "A Death Wish for Moby Dick!"
Chapter Six The Mysterious Five
Chapter Seven Men Overboard
Chapter Eight A Victim of Moby Dick
Chapter Nine Another Speaker of Evil
Chapter Ten A Right Whale on Board
Chapter Eleven Queequeg Saves the Day Again!
Chapter Twelve On the Trail of the White Whale
Chapter Thirteen Returned to Life
Chapter Fourteen Strange Signs for the Future
Chapter Fifteen The First Day's Chase
Chapter One The Ghost of Jacob Marley
Chapter Two The First Spirit
Chapter Three The Second Spirit
Chapter Four The Last Spirit
Chapter Five The End
Chapter One A New Name
Chapter Two Disaster on the Road
Chapter Three A Visit to thed'Urbervilles
Chapter Four A Terrible Night
Chapter Five A Terrible Death
Chapter Six A New Life
Chapter Seven Angle Clare
Chapter Eight Failing in Love
Chapter Nine A Visit Home
Chapter Ten Angel's Offer
Chapter Eleven A Missed Chance
Chapter Twelve Tess' Wedding Day
Chapter Thirteen Tess' Marriage
Chapter Fourteen Separate Lives
Chapter Fifteen A New Temptation
Chapter Sixteen Death in the Family
Chapter Seventeen Angel Comes Too Late
Chapter Eighteen The Final Chase
Chapter One An Introduction to the Primitive
Chapter Two The Law of Club and Tooth
Chapter Three The Stronger Primitive Beast
Chapter Four The Leadership
Chapter Five The Work of the Trail
Chapter Six For the Love of a Man
Chapter Seven The Hearing of the Call
girl's mother came looking for him. He was scared, sohe hid in the churn. The woman found Jack andturned the chum around and around. When he shoutedfor her to stop, she said she would only stop if hemarried her daughter. He agreed, but the chum wasbroken."
Everyone laughed at the story except for Tess.She was sad all afternoon. Only she could see how sadthe story really was.
While Tess lay in bed that night, she saw theother girls looking out the window. They were lookingat someone in the garden.
"It's no use to be in love with him, Miss RettyPriddle," said Marian. She was the oldest milkmaid.
"There he is！" said Izz Huett. She was pale andhad dark hair. "I would marry him tomorrow if hewanted me. "
"So would I," said Retty.
"We can't all marry him," said Marian. "Itdoesn't matter anyway. It's obvious that he likes Tess. I've been watching him everyday and found out."
The room was quiet.
"This is silly," said Izz. "He is the son of a gentleman. He won't marry Tess or any of us.