The Shadow Scholar

Students of the 21th century have thought to be plagued by laziness. While many scholarly persons may agree, there are no legitimate sources to prove the assumed laziness of today’s college students, until now. Ed Dante is a simple workingman with a simple job: to write papers for America’s lackadaisical students. All it takes is a short email and a couple hundred dollars and your term paper, research proposal, or graduate thesis is complete and ready to turn in at little to no effort from you. Dante, a scholarly writer, becomes a writing machine, dishing out 20 to 40 pages a day for the incompetent students, which he splits into three categories; the nonnative English speaker, the rich kid, and the “hopelessly deficient”. No matter who the client is though, Dante receives an assignment, writes it, and said student receives credit with absolutely no questioning by a professor. The education system is failing its students and all Dante’s company is doing is benefitting from it all. The moral of The Shadow Scholar is that students in this day and age are getting lazier and there are resources out there that allow them to become lazier.


 Everybody I know hates to write papers for school including me, there’s a guy that saves the day though and writes all your papers for you. Ed Dante is a professional writer and all he does for his job is write papers for other people and all you have to do is email him and pay him for his work. The best part is that your teacher will never find out because it’s all his original work and it isn’t out on the Internet or anything. Some of the people he writes for don’t speak English, some are just too lazy, and some are really dumb and can’t write their own papers. Ed Dante and his company make it way too easy for people to not write papers but still get good grades.


 All it took was an email and some cash and Mr. Ed Dante wrote me a midterm paper even my professor thought was real #toolazyforcollege



One thought on “The Shadow Scholar

  1. I really like the way you present all the summaries. Each summary has a different “voice” that fits so well to who you are speaking to. The first sounds very professional and I really like how you don’t just summarize the article and instead interpret it and describe it in a way that makes sense. You really get the message of cheating across in the first summary. In the second I can clearly understand who you are speaking to and I like how personal it is. The only thing is I don’t really see a “moral” or a “warning” in the second summary. Regarding the tweet I’m not a huge fan of the grammar you used, it doesn’t seem very “twitter-y” it reminds me more of a quick incomplete statement rather than a tweet, I don’t really get a message from it regarding the article. Overall I think you do a good job of summarizing and getting the point of the prompt across.


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