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Diana: The Making of a Saint

Ted Harrison
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In this groundbreaking new book about Princess Diana, writer and former BBC correspondent Ted Harrison explores how her life came to have particular meaning historically, culturally and spiritually, and how a legend was created. Diana, the unremarkable teenage daughter of a British aristocratic family, with no special claims to intelligence or talent, came to haunt the imagination and memories of millions of people around the world and has carved herself a unique place in history. Her private life became the object of intense scrutiny by the press and public around the world, and her tragic death was considered by many to be surrounded by unusual or suspicious circumstances. The Diana we knew has now become enveloped by myths and legends, and in exploring this phenomenon Ted Harrison uncovers some revealing truths, and investigates why the life and spirit of Diana continues to resonate so strongly with us even years after her death. Touching everything from her marriage to Charles in 1981 to the fateful night of 31st August 1997, this beautifully written book shines a new light on a woman who is still an important figure in all our lives.
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Edition Details
Author Ted Harrison
Binding Type Hardback
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Year Published 2006-08-17
Number of Pages 288
ISBN 13 9780340863817
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