Tackle Fall Finals: 200+ Topics Now on Shmoop

Hi from Shmoop HQ,

Snow (in Houston), mean old Mr. Grinch (on television), and ugly sweater parties (everywhere). Oh, yes, it’s December. And that means finals are here, too.

Sharpen your brain for final exams and papers.

Shmoop now covers more than 200 topics:

Shmoop packed on the pounds just in time for finals. Let’s call it our “Freshman 18.”

New in Shmoop Literature:

New in Shmoop Poetry:

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.

The Shmoop Students’ Bill of Rights

You have the right to:

1.    Find your writing groove. The biggest schoolyard bully is the blank sheet of paper. Time to strike back.

2.    Save your energy drinks for a fun night out. Shmoop will help you kick that can by supplementing your sleep-inducing (and wallet-draining) textbooks.

3.    A lotta links. Photo-audio-video-…stuff like that.

4.    Learn like it’s the 21st century. Text and printed books are kinda 20th century (15th century, actually) – but great stories are timeless.

5.    Debate with your teachers. Every story has multiple sides.

6.    Find literature, history, and poetry relevant – inspiring, even – to the life you live today.