Literary Lunch-Box Giveaway From eNotes

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Agh, yes, it is that time of year again: back to school! To make things a little easier for you (and to make your friends a lot jealous), we’re giving away a super sweet lunch-box set. Our exclusive literary kit includes:

  • An Edgar Allan Poe lunch box
  • A pack of Shakespeare insult gum
  • A tin of Jane Austen bandages
  • A whole bunch of neon eNotes pencils
  • And a FREE pass to eNotes for 1 year!
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Never have bad breath or lose a pencil again

To win, just mention your favorite author in a comment here or hit us up on Twitter or Facebook. We’ll pick two winners at random on 9/17/14 (U.S. shipping only).

12 Comments

  1. thejoyofteaching

    My lunch requires grace under pressure! Love the concise prose of Ernest Hemingway.

  2. Nina Lambert

    My favorite is Neil Gaiman. There are so many reasons I love his work, but the most important one, I guess, is the kindness I find in all of them. Even in darker, more violent works there is a little taste of good old adventure books I loved as a child. My second favorite will have to be Dennis Lehane. His mysteries and historical fiction are brilliant.

    • jhgardner

      Great picks! Neil Gaiman is the best 🙂

  3. Tanya Anderson

    Can I pick a poet? Chaucer.

  4. Jeffrey Schmidt

    John E. Mack

  5. Mark Hendrickson

    Wally Lamb is a current favorite because of his subject matter and layered story telling style.

  6. mah2play

    A current favorite is Wally Lamb because of the subject matter and his layered style of storytelling.

  7. Laura

    I don’t know if I’d call him my favorite, but I’ve been reading a lot of Iain Banks lately.

  8. Lauryn

    Oh, how I covet that lunch box! And Jane Austen band-aids?! And Shakespearean insult gum?! But now to your query: I have to say that my true literary love is Neil Gaiman. I love pretty much everything he’s done, from the Sandman comics to his children’s books. Second runner-up? That’s probably a 30-way tie, so I’ll spare you that.

    • Lauryn

      I’m feeling very interrobang-y today apparently.

  9. Malcolm Learner

    “The year was 2081, and everyone was finally equal.”
    Kurt Vonnegut

  10. Noreen

    Jane Austin, I re-read her books every year

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