STORIES FOR SLACKERS AND SLUGGARDS
(Stories You Pretended to Read in High School)
You were very lazy in high school and you did as little as possible to squeeze by, including totally avoiding any course or reading that required even a minimal effort on your part. Shame on you! Shame on you!
You copied study guides from friends and leaned heavily on Cliff Notes and other sources of simplified information to help you cheat your way through almost everything you did. Don't you despise yourself?
And now, quite naturally, you feel a little guilty when you think back on how your whole life is based on being a sneak and a hypocrite.
But it is never too late. You can redeem yourself. Read the following typical high school English class short stories. There will be no study guides, no pop quizzes, no tests, and no essay to bother with. Simply read the stories. Here is your last chance to begin the long struggle back to a normal level of self-esteem. You can do it! Just believe in yourself. You owe yourself this experience! Begin right now!
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
The Masque of the Red Death - Edgar Allan Poe
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment - Nathaniel Hawthorne
Bartleby, the Scrivner - Herman Melville
The Open Boat - Stephen Crane
To Build a Fire - Jack London
To Kill a Mockingbird Unit Exam and Answer Key
Animal Farm Unit Exam
The Once and Future King Unit Exam
Holes Unit Exam and Answer Key
Parrot in the Oven exam and answer key
Of Mice and Men Exam and Answer Key