harper collins publisher india

Publication Year 2004

ISBN 9780007182039

ISBN-10 0007182031


Number of Pages 368 Pages
Language (English)

Biography & autobiography: historical

Comprehensive portrait of the life and humanitarian work of Diana, Princess of Wales authorized by the late Princess? Estate and her Memorial Fund. With gatefolds, acetate overlays, 100 exclusive images and 400 others chosen for their style or memorable qualities, this lavishly produced hardback is the ultimate keepsake to remember Diana by. The tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales, shook the world. No one who lived through the days in the late summer of 1997 will ever forget the unprecedented outpourings of grief, shock and anger that followed. In the days leading up to her funeral it seemed as if the whole of humanity was mourning her loss. Many books have been written about Diana, but now for the first time is a book written by those closest to her ? This will be the ultimate keepsake for everyone to remember Princess Diana by, and will contain contributions from her family and friends. Illustrated throughout with over 500 images, 100 of which are exclusive. The foreword is by Nelson Mandela with an introduction by Diana?s sister, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, and all royalties will go to Diana's fund. This book explores Diana?s life, and what will be the lasting impact of her legacy. How it was that she could reach out to touch not just individuals but communities too. Drawing on over 200 original interviews, including family members and friends, many of whom have not spoken about her before, this book will stand as a unique and lasting testament to the life and work of one of the remarkable and enduring icons of the twentieth century. This will be a unique and personal insight into Diana. Beautifully presented, and a real collector?s item, exploring her life in exclusive detail.

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