July New Content Update

Greetings! The eNotes editorial department has been burning the midnight oil to bring you an array of brand-new and updated study guides. We have updated chapter summaries for classics like Jane Eyre SummaryTo Kill a Mockingbird SummaryOthello Summary, and Paradise Lost Summary to ensure an effortless and fresh reading experience. So, whether you’re diving into Shakespeare or unraveling the mysteries of our carbon-based life forms, eNotes has your back. Here are our new study guides for July:

A Fever in the Heartland by Timothy Egan

This award-winning historical thriller explores the rise of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s, driven by a charismatic con man and the courageous woman who brought them down. Prepare to be captivated by this gripping tale of power, deception, and the triumph of justice. Check out A Fever in the Heartland Summary now!

Outlive by Peter Attia

Outlive is a transformative book that delves into the science of aging, empowering readers to achieve a longer and healthier life. With practical advice and a positive perspective, Outlive inspires readers to embrace a proactive approach to aging and unlock their potential for a healthy, vibrant future. Get started with our Outlive Summary.

It’s OK to be Angry About Capitalism by Bernie Sanders

Sanders fearlessly challenges the wealthy elite and openly addresses how our country has failed to address the harmful effects of a system fueled by unchecked greed and an uncompromising commitment to putting corporate profits before the needs of regular Americans. Feel the Bern with our It’s Ok to be Angry About Capitalism Summary now!

The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder by David Grann

From the author of Killers of the Flower Moon comes a thrilling tale of shipwreck, survival, and narrative twists. Check out The Wager Summary.

The Climate Book by Greta Thunberg

The Climate Book is a handbook that draws from the knowledge and wisdom of a diverse group of experts: scientists, journalists, specialists, and activists. It initially details the effects and origins of climate change, then shifts focus to the required economic changes in society to give humanity a fighting chance and avoid an irreversible global climate catastrophe. Check out The Climate Book Summary.