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    • A (Less Than) Zero Sum Game? State Funding for Public Education: How Public Higher Education Institutions Have Lost 

      Rizzo, Michael (2004-06-16)
      This dissertation studies the long-term decline in state preferences for education spending in the United States. It constructs an expansive state-level panel data set spanning the fiscal years 1976-77 through 2000-2001 ...
    • Lessons learned from ACT for Youth: The first five years 

      ACT for Youth Center of Excellence (ACT for Youth Center of Excellence, 2007)
      This report describes how ACT for Youth unfolded over the first five years, identifying common themes and lessons learned across the eleven community partnerships that made up the first round of the ACT for Youth initiative. ...
    • "Let us Hang Up the Dishpan and the Broom": The Pursuit of Culture in the Farmers Wives' Reading-Course and The Cornell Study Clubs. 

      Weinstock, Tamar (2010-02-02)
      Of all the struggles rural women faced at the start of the twentieth century, the "soul starvation" described in many of their letters was one of the most painful. Encountering endless work and often severe isolation, many ...
    • Let's Go Fishing 

      Decker, Daniel J.; Howard, Ronald A.; Kelley, John W. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1991-04)
      This is a national favorite that introduces fishing tackle and basic techniques. Includes information on natural baits and care of the catch. It is used in youth programs, but any age novice will find the clear and concise ...
    • Let's Go Fishing 

      Decker, Daniel J.; Howard, Ronald A.; Kelley, John W. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1991-04)
      This is a national favorite that introduces fishing tackle and basic techniques. Includes information on natural baits and care of the catch. It is used in youth programs, but any age novice will find the clear and concise ...
    • Let's Go Ice Fishing 

      Howard, Ronald A. Jr.; Greene, H. David (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1989-09)
      Written for the novice, this book describes tactics; explains how to rig tilts, tip-ups, and jigs, with illustrations. Comfort and safety are emphasized.
    • Letter 01 to Diana Athill 

      Roth, Philip (1963-08-18)
      Philip Roth is giving information to Diana to pass on to Ghali, primarily the contact information for a Paul Engle, director of the Writers Workshop at the State University of Iowa. Roth thinks Ghali should get in touch ...
    • Letter 02 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-09-28)
      Ghali talks to Diana about her possible marriage to a friend, Suzie's widower. Ghali implores her to not rush into a decision and to not forget how much she, as a person, is actually worth. He also explains how his time ...
    • Letter 03 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih
      Ghali seems to be in good spirits due to great weather and a new job in Scotland. He is going to start working for the British Army as a typist/translator. He plans to work there for a while, but does not want to go to ...
    • Letter 04 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-10-10)
      Ghali tells Diana that he has been thinking of her since the next day is N.S. day and Diana must be in a state. He goes on to talk to her about a short story she wrote him. He says it is too refined for his liking, but ...
    • Letter 05 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-10-23)
      Ghali is so excited to have read positive reviews in the paper for Diana's book. He then goes into details about the hierarchy of officers he spoke with when he tried to get his job at the British army base back. He often ...
    • Letter 06 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih
      Ghali writes this half on typewriter and half handwritten, because he had to pause his writing to finish some work. He concludes a previous conversation the two had on 'pangs' versus 'love' and agrees that Diana's views ...
    • Letter 07 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih
    • Letter 08 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih
      Ghali speaks to Diana about the recent string of short stories she has written and praises them for their technical skill, but critiques Diana for writing too efficiently like an artisan. He insists that she should write ...
    • Letter 09 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih
      Ghali is having a lot of problems with publishers and is trying to separate his personal relationship at this time with Diana from all the publishing conflict. He wants to start handling the international rights to his ...
    • Letter 10 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-11-06)
      Ghali harshly refers to a woman who is romantically interested in him and goes on to a long explanation of why he does not understand passion because he thinks love is just like a mathematical formula that necessitates ...
    • Letter 11 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-11-29)
      Ghali begins by attempting to justify his criticisms of Diana's writing. He explains that he is not a true writer, but he loves reading and developing personal opinions on writings, which include criticisms. These criticisms ...
    • Letter 12 to Diana Athill 

      Ghali, Waguih (1963-12-04)
      Ghali begins by trying to console Diana about what he perceives as her recent writer's block/depression. He empathizes with the feeling of not being able to write anything and tells her that once he starts writing he cannot ...
    • Letter 13 to Waguih Ghali 

      Athill, Diana (1963-12-09)
      Diana is concerned that Ghali is too dependant on his despair like she was on her pain, and warns him that suffering alone will not suffice as a long-term solution. Where she once wallowed in her own loneliness, she has ...