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Cliffs Notes

Cliffs Notes is about as close to Spark Notes as it can get. It contains literature notes, test prep, and study guides. There's a giant search bar on the main page that allows you to type in the name of an author or a novel to see if the site has any information on it. If you're ready to take a study break, the site even has a section on student life that contains articles about high school, college, jobs, and entertainment.
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Pink Monkey

Pink Monkey is another website that contains free book summaries. They have information about classic books, like The Scarlett Letter. They also have information on newer books, like The Hunger Games. It doesn't matter if your teacher assigns you a book from the 18th century or the current century, because you can look for it on this handy website.
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Jiffy Notes

Jiffy Notes has free "study guides that focus on literary analysis." On their main page, there's a list of the most common books that teachers assign, such as Beowulf and Hamlet. Of course, if you don't see the book you need on the main page, then you can search for the one you need by pressing on the letter that corresponds to the author name you need.
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Book Rags

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The Best Notes

The Best Notes is a simple website to navigate. Once you click on the name of the book that you want to know about, it'll direct you to a page that has a summary of the book, individual chapter summaries, a character list, and common themes. It even has information on the top of the page that you can use if you want to cite the website in an essay.
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E Notes

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School Bytes

School Bytes is perfect for students. It has more than book summaries for your English class. It can also help you in History and Math!
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Grade Saver

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