We continue our Monads in Scala series by reviewing and translating the third page of the chapter on monads from the Haskell wikibook. This page takes quite an interesting view on lists, as it does not treat lists as things that you cons onto or even look things up in. It manages to treat lists nearly entirely as monadic structures. It even manages to come up with a couple of examples of using lists that only use the basic monadic operations. To view lists as things that we cons onto, we have to wait for a later page on additive monads.