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    ‘tragedy’ is personified showing that it was not Diana’s fault of the bad in her life. ‘She touched the lives of so many’ is a declarative sentence implying that she has touched your life. He also looks straight at the camera to exaggerate the point. Diana had an impact on most peoples lives so it was vital that a title was to be given to her. ‘They liked her, they loved her, they regarded her as one of the people. She was the people’s princess.’ As Blair says ‘they liked her, they loved her’, he can

  • Princess Diana

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    Princess Diana Diana Spencer was born July 1, 1961. This date was the start of one of the most remarkable individuals in the world . She was once quoted as saying, "One minute I was a nobody the next minute I was Princess of Wales, mother ,member of the royal family and it was too much for one person to handle" (Morton story,104). The Princess of Wales struggled throughout her life due to bulimia, an unhappy marriage, and the media. Diana's astrologer, Felix Lyle, quoted, "Diana comes from

  • Princess Diana

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    she struggles yielding herself from the constant harassment and persistence. Princess Diana of Wales always knew how to make an entrance. Rich, poor, famous, and obscure gathered around for a glimpse of the famous Diana, hoping to see her beauty, hoping to see the elegance she carried, hoping for one single glance in their direction. Through all movies and documentaries exposed, the knowledge of Princess Diana has grown extensively to me. Princess Diana’s journey through the media begins with the

  • princess diana

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    Princess Diana A.     1. Diana Francis Spencer was born July 1, 1961. 2.     She was born in Norfolk, England. 3. Her parents were Lord and Lady Althorp. 4. Diana’s nationality was English. 5. She learned that she was expected to be a boy but had died 10 hours after conceived just before her (she had been a twin). a.     She would remember the churchyard grave that her brother had been buried in. 6.     Diana was the third or four children. B.     1. Princess Diana grew up at a mansion called

  • Princess Diana

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    Princess Diana For this piece of coursework, I am going to focus on an individual person and write about her death that caused misery around the world. Her name is Princess Diana. I would describe her as a nice, beautiful and caring person. She was loved by many people and was killed at the tender age of 36 in a horrific car crash. Diana and her new love Dodi were in a Mercedes trying to

  • Princess Diana

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    billion. A few years later, the mystery remains. What was the Diana phenomenon all about? Diana’s former husband, Prince Charles, is more popular than he has been for years. The French authorities are still looking for the white Fiat Uno. Real news – terrorism, Russia, Bill Clinton’s sex life, two pregnant Spice Girls, all this knocks the event from the front pages. And we wonder: those flowers, that grief, ‘The People’s Princess.’ Why did Diana move us so? “I think the biggest disease this world suffers

  • Princess Diana

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    made of the finest materials, it was beautiful. The roof was even made of gold. Despite the royal family’s golden exterior with love for one another and their children, I saw the real Prince and Princess of Wales. I often had time to talk to Princess Diana, although she preferred when I called her Di ( Tompson 1). While Diana’s life was cut too short, every minute that she was alive was exciting, the outfits, the press, and the charities. People could not get enough of her life and sometimes it was too

  • Princess Diana

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    Princess Diana of Whales was a very wonderful person. She touched many lives and went through many turmoils herself. I decided to do my paper on Princess Diana of Wales, not only because I am named after her, but of my interest in such a wonderful role model. Lady Diana Frances Spencer, was born on 1 July 1961 at Park House near Sandringham, Norfolk. She was the youngest daughter of the then Viscount and Viscountess Althorp, now the late (8th) Earl Spencer and the Hon Mrs. Shand-Kydd, daughter of

  • Diana Ross

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    Diana Ross Diana Ross was born in 1944. Emerging from the housing projects in Detroit to become an international superstar, she gained prominence first as a member of the supremes, then as a solo artist. The mention of her name evokes the indelible image of the broadly smiling diva, the long hair, sequined gowns, etc. Ross first recorded on the small lupine label in 1959, as a member of the Primettes. The group signed to Motown in1961, and later changed their names to the supremes. In 1963, all

  • The Diana Phenomenon

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    The Diana Phenomenon The sudden death of Diana Princess of Wales at the end of August 1997 sparked off a massive display of emotion in the world, especially in Britain. The event provided the opportunity for the expression of what appeared to be a short-term and superficial, but undoubtedly sincere, manner by a large number of people. “An emotion felt throughout the countryside was that many people saw themselves in some way connected to this public figure and able to grieve for her as if she were

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