Diana: Her True Story
BY ANDREW MORTON
Nonfiction Biography245 Pages
Settings There are several
different settings in this book. They included her childhood
homes of Park House and Althorp Estates, her apartment in London,
her marriage to Prince Charles of Wales, their honeymoon, all of
the Royal Families Estates, and several of the places they visited
aboard for the Civil Duty.
Theme The struggles that Lady
Diana, Princess of Wales endured while a member of the royal
family including bulimia, depression, self mutilation and 5 failed
suicide attempts and her fight for the acceptance and freedom she
Place in HistoryLady Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales will
always be remembered as The Queen of People s Hearts and The People
s Princess. She will be remembered for her loving, generis nature
and all of the people she helped and touch all around the world.
Including the most unpopular cause of the 80 s and 90 s HIV &
RecommendationMine I thank this is a great story to read. It
shows that even the most famous, beautiful people have problems
just like everyone else .
Chantel This is a great book because it proves even for a royal
couple ,that it doesn t always end with happily ever after.
Everyone needs to be valued. Everyone has the potential to give
something back. I love to hold people's hands when I visit
hospitals, even though they are shocked because they haven't
experienced anything like it before, but to me it is a normal thing
to do. Nothing gives me more happiness than to try to aid the most
vulnerable of this society. Nothing brings me more happiness than
trying to help the most vulnerable people in society. It is a goal
and an essential part of my life - a kind of destiny. Whoever is in
distress can call on me. I will come running wherever they are. I
understand people's suffering, people's pain, more than you will
ever know yourself. I felt compelled to perform - to do my
engagements and not let people down. And they supported me,
although they weren t aware how much it carried me through.
All of these quotes of Diana's, show her loving , caring nature
. That she truly loved what she did. It just had its downside.