Aug 17, 2010

To Whom It May Concern

Dear CliffsNotes & Sparknotes,

Before I launch into my attack upon your fine websites that often help me during my long hours of studying for exams, let me say how much y'all have helped me thus far in my career as a professional student.  SparkNotes, although Sassy Gay Friend helped me with Shakespeare more than you could ever imagine, your No Fear Shakespeare section is to be commended. But the reason that you are set far, far apart is the SparkLife section.  This is the best thing ever invented while trying to study for Latin exams that really don't require a computer with which to study.  Sure, I really don't need to know How To Trick Everyone Into Thinking You Had A Hardcore Summer or Notes You Do NOT Want to Get Caught Passing In Class or even The Summertime Schedule of a Girl Who's Just Been Dumped. CliffsNotes, you slide a close second because some of your website isn't free. But the books are fantabulous, bequeathed from PB. Anyways, I need to get to my point.  For Modern European History, I have to read, quite possibly the most boring book in the world.  The Lion In Winter by James Goldman. Look, CliffNotes & Sparknotes, I know no one has ever been able to finish the book, ergo making it impossible to write a helpful book on it, but I'm sure you can do something about it. I know that it might even be listed as a teens cause of death by boredom. But really, help a girl out. I would much rather be reading We're Just Like You, Only Prettier by Celia Rivenbark.  So, in conclusion, write a help book and ship it to me before August 30th.



{The Young Southern Prep}

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