Dear Committee Members - Letters 56-67 Summary & Analysis

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Letter 56 is a letter to the Office of Mental Health and Wellness Intervention Team on behalf of Ida Lin-Smith, who was turned away for help earlier. Jason begs that they admit her to the program.

Letter 57 is to Ted with a recommendation for Gunnar Lang to receive a summer fellowship, which pays $400. In the postscript Jason asks if it was a joke to suggest that he become the associate chair of the department.

Letter 58 is addressed to Flanders Nut House on behalf of Oliver Postiglione for a summer job. Jason remembers spending a summer at Glass Lake and going to Flanders Nut House. He asks that they hire Oliver so that he may one day have memories of “sun-washed tedium and a loss of innocence” (150).

Letter 59 is addressed to Dean Hinckler, recommending the renewal of Ted Boti’s position at English Department chair...

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