New this week on Shmoop: Hemingway, Poe, and Mashed Potatoes

Hi from Shmoop HQ!

As we at Shmoop join our families this Thursday for some bird-and-fixings, you can bet that we’ll feel thankful for the good vibes and great feedback that we’ve received from students and teachers since our launch.

Extra Helpings (of some deliciously glowing reviews of Shmoop)

* “The best part of Shmoop.com is that it provides multiple perspectives on the same topic, not the stereotypical one-sided argument.” – The University Times, UNC-Charlotte

* “Launched only a couple of weeks ago and still in a beta state, school help site Shmoop.com actually smashes away its competition in its infant stage.” – The Mt. Carmel High School Sun, San Diego

Could You Please Pass the Shmoop?

Love Shmoop? Well, shucks, the feeling is mutual. Help us get the word out to teachers, students, librarians, and learners of all ages. Post a link to http://www.shmoop.com to your website or blog. If you link to us, please drop us a line so we can send you a token of our thanks.

Come and Get it: New Content on Shmoop

New This Week in Shmoop Literature:

* For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway
* “The Tell-Tale Heart,” by Edgar Allan Poe
* The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James
* “King of the Bingo Game,” by Ralph Ellison

New in Shmoop Poetry:

* “Circe’s Power,” by Louise Glück

Are we missing something on your reading list? Let us know.
Make some noise in our new feedback forums. Make suggestions. Vote up your faves.

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