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Far less comprehensible is the description of the offense.
This information is, I believe, critical to helping a person understand the type of threat a sex offender may or may not pose, and it is given in the current registry in very legalese jargon, which one must almost be a lawyer to understand.
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Although forty years have passed since the death of Willa Cather in 1947, she never has been the subject of a full-length biography. can be more certain than she to capture ultimately the admiration of posterity." The absence of a detailed biography is probably due to the traps, pitfalls, and barricades she placed in the biographer's path, and until now sufficient material has not been available to flesh out more than a medium-length life. Brown's biography of Cather appeared in 1953, Alfred Knopf wrote on the jacket: "Here is all the biographical information anyone is likely ever to gather about Willa Cather." Even though he was understandably interested in promoting the sale of Brown's book, he no doubt also thought Cather had been such a private person that biographical data actually was meager.
When she died, her reputation was firmly established as one of the most significant American novelists, and during the succeeding decades her stature has continued to grow. Donald Adams wrote in the that "no American novelist was more purely an artist," and George Whicher declared four years later that "no American writer . While no biography ever can be definitive, this study contains a great deal more material than any previous one and goes considerably beyond my own earlier biography, as well as the efforts of others, in presenting a life-size portrait of this remarkable woman. He was wrong, of course, and since Cather died there has been a steady accumulation of material to fuel the ever-growing interest in her life and work.
She left a trail of published interviews and speeches and public statements that surprises anyone who knows only her own pronouncements desiring privacy.
Perhaps fifteen hundred of her letters by now have found their way into institutional collections from Maine to California, even though she and Edith Lewis destroyed as many of her letters as they could lay their hands on.
Fortunately, correspondents who outlived her had the good sense to realize that Cather belongs to the world and her letters ought to be preserved.