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Courtney Love, Cont.

August 27, 1995

Someone should remind Courtney Love that it's quite possible to be an iconoclast without being a lowlife ("The Love Machine," by Robert Hilburn, Aug. 13).

ANDY SOWNS

Glendale

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Love is rock's version of Kato Kaelin: obsessed with celebrity, limited in talent, capitalizing on a tragedy.

SYLVIA OCTAVIA JUNCOSA

Pacific Palisades

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Courtney Love certainly is fortunate to have in her employ one of the best public relations firms in the country: namely, Robert Hilburn Inc.

DON JENNETT

Redondo Beach

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I would like to thank Hilburn for showing the humanistic side of Love. Not only was his article fresh and entertaining, it was honest and realistic (as is its subject!).

CRAIG O. PARKER

Boston

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The media machine has bestowed upon this poor and unfortunate woman a life she cannot, it appears, handle. Let's not fool ourselves. Her egocentric, destructive behavior in the end will do her in and we the public will be responsible.

DAVID KUDROW

Los Angeles

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Hilburn hardly mentioned Kristen Pfaff (Hole's former bassist). Just because she's deceased does not mean that we have to forget all about her! She was the greatest bass player of all time and she will be missed.

MEGAN FENNER

Fountain Valley

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