New! eNotes Subscription Updates

A new school year means a fresh start—an opportunity to reflect, learn, and improve. We’ve been doing some of our own reflecting, learning, and improving so our student and teacher users gain the most out of their eNotes experience. From fresh designs to updated content, we continue to strive for simplicity, transparency, and high academic…

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Understanding “To Kill a Mockingbird”: Top Q&A from Students

It may just be impossible to consider classic American literature without delving into the story of To Kill a Mockingbird. Written by Harper Lee and published in 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird remains one of the most well-known and impactful works of literature within the last century, and arguably on a more historical level as well. The…

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Macbeth Unlocked

William Shakespeare remains, hands down, one of the most well-known and influential writers in recent history. Throughout his career, he published a truly impressive library of sonnets, poems, verses, plays, and tales. Among these works, Shakespeare is credited with the writing of four major tragedies: Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, and, of course, Macbeth. 

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February Giveaway: Win a Jane Austen Scarf and $50 in eNotes Homework Help Credit

This month we are excited to partner with Literati Club just in time for Valentine’s Day. Enter to win this Pride and Prejudice infinity scarf and $50 in eNotes Homework Help credit! This scarf is a perfect gift for a certain special someone this February 14th–even if that special someone is yourself… On eNotes Homework Help, you can ask any question about…

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Note-Taking Essentials: Highlighting the Good Stuff

You’ve spent years taking notes in class…but have you ever stopped to think, “is this note-taking strategy the right one for me?” We’ll help you reflect on your current note-taking strategies to find room for improvements, and ultimately your academic career, with these new strategies, tips, and tricks. Take note!

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