Cobain’s ‘Journals’ Wasn’t Meant For Public Consumption

Nate Brown of the Cornell Sun is blasting for bringing Kurt Cobain’s ‘Journals’ to the public. Brown said, “Granted, if Cobain left his journals and notebooks lying around his Seattle home, it’s reasonable to assume that he didn’t necessarily intend to keep them exclusively to himself. But publishing them for the public? I believe there’s a significant difference in letting people who would happen to be in your home (i.e. parents, friends, colleagues) flip though your notes as opposed to letting the public paw through them. Surely, saying that because Cobain left his notes around the house he intended the public to view them as well is an obvious stretch.” has since removed the article.

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