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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1651  Thursday, 28 June 2001


From:           Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:           Thursday, June 28, 2001
Subject:        Shakespeare.Papers.com

Dear SHAKSPEReans,

While avoiding my duties (which I have decided to do full time for the
next week or so) and trying to sign off of the Yahoo Shakespeare Group
(with no success), I accidentally discovered
www.ShakespearePapers.com

Here is what I found:

This site lists hundreds of essays, papers, and reports on all of
Shakespeare's major plays and sonnets! Whether you're struggling to
write a simple overview of Hamlet or creating a complex, critical
analysis of themes in several Shakespearean tragedies, THIS site has at
least one paper or service that WILL help YOU!

Not only does ShakespearePapers.Com GUARANTEE that ANY essay you select
from our site will be sent to you TODAY via your choice of email or fax,
we'll even email you a FREE, one page excerpt from ANY paper you'd like
to preview before you order it! Just use our search feature to find a
report that will help YOU then write to us for a free preview and/or
order and receive that same paper TODAY!!!! Use our papers as examples
from which to cite ideas, to find sources, or to jumpstart your own term
passer!

Our Offer: Email us for a FREE, one page excerpt from ANY of our papers!

Our Guarantee: We either <I>have</I> a paper related to YOUR topic or
we'll write one as quickly as YOU need!

IN SMALL PRINT:
Copyright ( The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc. All research papers are
owned by The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc. and are the property of the
corporation and our contacted writers. Our work is designed only to
assist students in the preparation of their own work. Students who use
our service are responsible not only for writing their own papers, but
also for citing The Paper Store as a course when doing so.

Well, it looks like it is time for me to write my 21st century update of
Crime and Punishment; you know, the story about the struggling and
perpetual graduate student Rudy who decides to give up writing research
papers for The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc. and to pursue another
lucrative money-making activity.
 

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