SuperSummary is an online resource that is committed to helping you get the most out of the books that you’re reading. We provide high-quality, in-depth study guides for a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles. Offering an ideal mix of summary and analysis, all SuperSummary study guides feature detailed chapter summaries and critical analysis of major characters, themes, symbols/motifs, important quotations, and essay topics. So whether you’re a student preparing for class or a recreational reader looking to expand your understanding, you will find everything you need and more in our comprehensive study guides. Our in-house team of study guide writers is composed entirely of seasoned teachers, professors, and advanced degree holders with years of literary analysis experience. As a result, all SuperSummary guides are impeccably researched, written, and edited so that they are as helpful as possible. We hope that you enjoy reading with us!
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Kimberly Gilbert Managing EditorKimberly has 15 years of experience writing, editing, and leading content teams to deliver practical and educational information on a variety of topics from business and law to art and literature. She began her career as a news reporter covering the travel industry. Kimberly has also taught English in the U.S. and China, researched ancient Buddhist ritual dance in Nepal, and directed art gallery installations in Paris. She received a BA in English from Wesleyan University and an MFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College. In 2019, she published her first children’s picture book.
Kate Quinlan Content ManagerKate has a degree in professional writing and specializes in creative content development. She got her start overseeing communications and web management for community-based nonprofits. Accustomed to wearing many hats, she has helped independent authors, educational magazines, and small businesses to craft effective, engaging content for print and digital media. Prior to joining SuperSummary, she focused her enthusiasm for e-learning on curriculum development, with an emphasis on ELA and French language studies. Kate’s professional niches—education and career building—reflect a marriage of her passions: assisting others and engineering meaningful text.
Sam Ross Content ManagerSam has more than 10 years of writing and editing experience and has taught in the New York City public schools, Bard College, and Columbia University, among other institutions. He has a BA in English and Political Science from Indiana University-Bloomington, a Masters in Adolescent English Education from Pace University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University. His interests include art theory and criticism, international politics, and contemporary literature and translation.