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Q: Great Expectations ( Answered,   1 Comment )
Subject: Great Expectations
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Books and Literature
Asked by: trunks1054-ga
List Price: $4.00
Posted: 06 May 2003 16:34 PDT
Expires: 05 Jun 2003 16:34 PDT
Question ID: 200352
I want a site that has cliff notes of "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens

Request for Question Clarification by luciaphile-ga on 06 May 2003 16:35 PDT
Would something that is the equivalent of Cliff Notes do? Or do you
specifically want Cliff Notes?
Subject: Re: Great Expectations
Answered By: luciaphile-ga on 06 May 2003 16:55 PDT
Hi trunks1054-ga,

Thanks for your question.

If you specifically want Cliffs Notes, it is possible to purchase and
download them directly from the Cliffs Notes site for a cost of $5.99.

Great Expectations/CliffsNotes

There are, however, an assortment of other sites that have similiar
content and breakdowns as Cliffs Notes and which are available for

Great Expectations/Spark Notes

Great Expectations/Novel Guide

And lastly, the Cliffs Notes site has compiled an "author spotlight"
on Charles Dickens that may be of interest to you. This one is free.

Author Spotlight on Charles Dickens

Google Search
cliff notes
cliffs notes "great expectations"
study guides "great expectations"

I hope this answers your question. If you need additional information
or if the links do not work, please ask for clarification before
rating my answer and I will do my best to assist you.

Subject: Re: Great Expectations
From: magnesium-ga on 06 May 2003 20:48 PDT
I urge you to actually read this book. I think you will find it
surprisingly enjoyable. I was forced to read "Great Expectations" when
I was a youngster, and was amazed to find that I was quite caught up
in the storyline. I still remember creepy Miss Havisham and her
rotting wedding-cake. And that scene in the graveyard with the convict
-- brr! Chills run up my spine.

Dickens wrote his fiction as entertainment for the masses, and it was
serialized in newspapers. The notion that he was writing classic
literature probably never occurred to him.

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