Sep 12, 1997 05:28 AM
by Douwe Boschma
Has anyone tried to see Diana's life and death more as a symbol that
tries to tell tomething to the world that doesn't see the real point of
This maybe instead of seeing her as some saint?
I believe that she was so popular because her life arroused an
archetype in people, the life of a pretty princess, breacking away
from static rule, the pure being chased by the impure, the death in
a tunnel... etc...
If you ever read Grimm in a symbolic way, then look at her life like that
too, it teaches a lot about the world, and what people are looking
You can fill in the many details of her life.
This doesn't make her a teacher or a saint, but one of the pawns
that we all are.
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