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Ever after : Diana and the life she led (Book, 2000) [WorldCat.org]

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Ever after : Diana and the life she led

Author:Anne Edwards Publisher:New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000. Edition/Format:  Print book : Biography : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats Summary:A sympathetic portrait of Princess Diana includes the author's pessimistic predictions during Charles and Diana's wedding, cites young Diana's determination to make her father proud, and describes her resourcefulness and recklessness. Rating:

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Genre/Form:Biographies
Biography Named Person:Diana, Princess of Wales; Spencer family.; Diana, Princess of Wales; Spencer family. Material Type:Biography Document Type:Book All Authors / Contributors:Anne Edwards ISBN:0312253141 9780312253141 OCLC Number:43867312 Notes:Originally published: Diana and the rise of the House of Spencer : London : Hodder and Stroughton, 1999. Description:xii, 372 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm Contents:Prologue. A visit to Althorp 1964 --
pt. 1. A Spencer childhood --
pt. 2. Royal wedding --
pt. 3. A ship on troubled water --
pt. 4. A struggle to survive --
pt. 5. A new life --
pt. 6. The stuff of dreams --
Post mortem --
Bibliography --
Notes --
Index. Other Titles:Diana and the rise of the House of Spencer
Diana and the life she led Responsibility:Anne Edwards.

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A sympathetic portrait of Princess Diana includes the author's pessimistic predictions during Charles and Diana's wedding, cites young Diana's determination to make her father proud, and describes her resourcefulness and recklessness.

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