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Compassion for 'A Living Doll'

March 20, 1988

I am writing in response to your article, "A Living Doll" (Times, March 13). This was one of the most disturbing articles I have ever read. Mrs. Beverly Hill is cruelly and selfishly casting aside her daughter's friends and education so that she may bask in the glory of her daughter's participation in countless degrading competitions.

This is a dangerous path upon which Mrs. Hill is traveling. By treating her daughter like a goddess and not like a 4-year-old who will eventually grow up, she is almost guaranteeing the anguish that awaits this child.

I feel tremendously sorry for Tina Brosius. She will probably never be happy, regardless of whether she ever achieves her mother's dream of having a "normal little girl in a limousine."

ELIZABETH ORECK

West Hollywood

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