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Shmoop

What is Shmoop?

4,579 views 11 months ago
Here at Shmoop, we work for kids, not just the bottom line. Founded by David Siminoff and his wife Ellen Siminoff, Shmoop was originally conceived to generate a love of learning in kids, who were still learning with the same tools that they had used when they were in school. Every day we provide 10 million + users consistent, reliable support for their 21st century educational needs.

Check us out: http://www.shmoop.com/
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Here at Shmoop, we work for kids, not just the bottom line. Founded by David Siminoff and his wife Ellen Siminoff, Shmoop was originally conceived to generate a love of learning in kids, who were still learning with the same tools that they had used when they were in school. Every day we provide 10 million + users consistent, reliable support for their 21st century educational needs.

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  • Othello by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 683 views
    Full lit guide here! http://www.shmoop.com/othello/

    Why did Iago want to destroy Othello? Was he simply bitter about his name being used for the parrot in Aladdin? Or was there something more....s...
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  • Othello Summary by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 7 months ago
    • 2,220 views
    Iago comes up with a crazy, convoluted conspiracy to take down Othello...but ends up dying anyways. Guess he never heard that simplicity is the key to successful living.
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  • Macbeth Summary by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 7 months ago
    • 824 views
    Ever heard the saying "Come to the dark side. We have cookies"? Well, Shakespeare must have been really hungry. This play redefines darkness. Prepare for total tragedy.
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  • As You Like It by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 8 months ago
    • 137 views
    We're not sure if good ol' Shakespeare would endorse The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but that's not going to stop us from hosting themed viewing parties every season. The proposals just melt you...
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  • Words, Words, Words by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 8 months ago
    • 125 views
    Your favorite hip hop artist's bumpin' slang may be off the chain, but no one has left
    their mark on the English language quite like Shakespeare. The man deserves his own
    dictionary, ya feel us h...
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  • Shakespeare On Love by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 8 months ago
    • 90 views
    We are all fools when it comes to love, but thankfully none of us will accidentally switch places with our twin brother and fall in love with our sister-in-lawOr at least we hope that never happens...
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American Literature Play

  • Shmoop Sidebar: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 301 views
    How much skill does it take for Tom to get someone to pay him so that they can do his chores? Get that? We know it's long. Basically he is being paid to have his work done for him. Isn't that nice?...
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  • Shmoop Sidebar: Dr. Shmeuss

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 171 views
    Dr. Seuss à la Shmoop. Here you will learn all about the Lorax, Horton, and the Cat in the Hat; and Dr. Seuss who came up with these characters. Or, should we say Dr. Shmeuss?

    Want to learn more? ...
  • Death of a Salesman by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 1,308 views
    What is the american dream? Is it popularity? Or is it being content with what you have? In Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman, the american dream is the goal of Willy Loman. He tries so hard...
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  • El Gran Gatsby by Shmoop

    ¿Por que es el 'Gran' Gatsby tan gran? ¿Porque de su nombre peculiar? ¿Porque de el misterio que le rodea? Se ha discutido esta pregunta por muchos años, y no hay una respuesta correcta. Hay muchos...
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  • Catcher In the Rye by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 182 views
    What is phony? Is it fakeness? Or is it self preservation? These topics come up in J.D. Salinger's book Catcher in the Rye. The main character Holden Caufield is obsessed with phonyness. So let's g...
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  • The Raven by Shmoop

    • by Shmoop
    • 1 year ago
    • 287 views
    Tap tap tap. "Nevermore". While this sounds like some knock knock joke gone wrong, its actually the actions and words of a talking bird. Yup we mean it, a talking raven. In The Raven, by Edgar Alle...
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