For a long time at eNotes, we’ve displayed eTexts on the site–entire works that anyone can access for free. But recently we’ve worked to make them even better. Welcome to our all new Annotated eTexts!
What’s an Annotated eText?
Have you ever underlined words or made notes in the margins of your books while reading them? These notes help to re-familiarize you with a passage of text when you flip back through it, or draw out evidence that points to a novel’s main themes. Well, now those notes are made for you, and by the very same teachers who expertly answer your questions in eNotes Homework Help.
With real teachers and professors helping you with your homework, how can you go wrong?
How do I find them?
All of eNotes’ eTexts can be accessed by clicking the eText header link via any page of the site:
Pick a work from over 120 Annotated eTexts on this list. A full list of all of our eTexts can be found here. Both lists are alphabetical.
While reading an Annotated eText, hover over the portions of text highlighted in yellow to bring up an annotation, like this:
eNotes’ Annotated eTexts cover novels, poems, plays, and more!
Ready to have a look? Here are some of our most popular titles:
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Apology by Plato
Oedipus Rex by Sophocles
Beowulf by Anonymous
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Plus, many more from Poe, Shakespeare, Dickens, and more to come soon! Explore them all here.