In "Amy Foster", Joseph Conrad has written a great story that shows the different types of love felt between Amy and Yanko.
Anne and Gilbert marry and live in a quaint house near the seashore where their lives become intertwined with the many unique members of the community.
In this detective novel, Adrian Jones searches through personal advertisements in order to find any which may involve criminal activity which he then investigates.
When the more Evangelical Bishop Proudie takes succession, his ideals make him instantly unpopular with the rest of the diocese.
Lacking common sense, Barnaby winds up taking part in the Gordon Riots of 1780 in which protestors march on Parliament and torch Catholic churches and homes.
It recounts the exploits of an unscrupulous 18th century Irish adventurer (Barry Lyndon né Redmond Barry), particularly his rise and fall within English society.
Betty Zane becomes a heroine in the Revolutionary War on the American frontier when she defends Fort Henry in western Virginia wilderness.
Multiple people compete to become the beneficiary of a will in the court case, Jarndyce v Jarndyce.
Peter Blood is convicted of treason and sentenced to death by hanging, but he ends up being sold into slavery in the Caribbean where he must try to survive.
Cashel Byron's Profession is written by G. B. Shaw.