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As of 2015, Sparknotes does not offer a study guide for "Into the Wild." Other study guides, including Cliffs Notes and Gradesaver.com, do feature aids for students who wish to supplement their own reading of "Into the Wild" with a reliable study aid.
As of May, 2015, the Sparknotes for "A Long Way Gone" by Ishmael Beah are not available online. However, the similar study guide company CliffsNotes does have an online guide available.
To begin using SparkNotes, visit its website, and select Sparknotes from the menu at the top of the page. This allows you to browse study guides by popularity, by subject or alphabetically. Search for specific study guides by using the search bar in the upper-right of the screen.
While there are no available Sparknotes for the book "Into the Wild", CliffNotes does offer a short summary that is formatted similarly to diary or a journal. It is broken down chronologically into short blurbs, summarizing the protagonist's experience.
SparkNotes offers chapter summaries and plot overview and analysis of "A Separate Peace" on its website. However, users may also purchase the Sparknotes book guide from retailers such as Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
As of 2015, SparkNotes provides summaries of dozens of books online that can be accessed for free. The summarized books are ones that are frequently assigned in middle and high school literature classes.
Sparknotes offers poetry study guides for many classical poets. As of 2015, Sparknotes offers poetry guides for 24 authors and the poetry collections of those authors. Some of the study guides are partial collections.
There is a review of Franz Kafka's "The Metamorphosis" on the SparkNotes website. The review covers a plot overview, a character list and context. There is also a three-part analysis of the story, as well as essay topics.