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Kurt Cobain's Affect on America

Summary: This essay is about Kurt Cobain's Affect on America, it includes interviews with different people. Two teachers and a grunge rocker.
A drugged up grunge rocker screaming his head off in lousy bars with a crappy band with no concerns for what's going to happen the next day. This description doesn't sound like the best role model, or an inspiration for youth, or at least, not a very good one. But this was how some described Kurt Cobain. While others said he was a troubled person with beautiful poetic words expressed with aggression on his guitar.

Cobain was born on February 20th 1967 in a small town named Hoquaim, a small town about 70 miles from Seattle. In his youth Cobain was always described as being sick, with something similar to bronchitis. When he was still young his parents divorced, after this Cobain said he never felt loved or secure again. Because of this Kurt became very withdrawn from his peers, but his feelings were used as fuel to ignite his...

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