Synopses & Reviews
While scores of English teachers around the world ramble on about motifs, iambic pentameter, and deus ex machina
, hordes of brain-swilling zombies and neck-chomping vampires are invading the major works of the worlds greatest authors!
Now, Melville's infamous creature of the deep is actually a zombie whale. And while Will Shakespeares rhyme scheme ties tongues in knots, Hamlets uncle has become a villainous vampire in royal robes. That sexy beast Arthur Dimmesdale in The Scarlet Letter? Hes even sexier and beastlier . . . now that hes a werewolf. Zombie Notes will quickly bring you up to speed on what's lurking in the literary canon. A study guide to literature's most famous scenes of love, heroism, brain letting, and countlessdecapitations, it is sure to reanimate your passion for the Great Books.
Zombiefied study notes to all the books you wouldn't have been caught dead reading in high school.
About the Author
Laurie Rozakis, Ph.D., is an English professor and the author of more than 100 books, including The Complete Idiots Guide to Grammar and Style, The Complete Idiots Guide to Creative Writing, The Complete Idiots Guide to Shakespeare, The Comma Sutra, and The Portable Jewish Mother.