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  • Title Page *
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  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Notes on Contributors ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Part 1 - Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Week of Mourning 3
  • Bibliography 18
  • 2 - The Questions People Asked 19
  • Bibliography 45
  • Part 2 - Contexts and Comments 49
  • 3 - Royalty and Public Grief in Britain: an Historical Perspective 1817–1997 53
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  • 4 - The Moving Power of Moving Images: Television Contructions of Princess Diana 65
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  • 5 - The Children's Princess 77
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  • Acknowledgement *
  • 6 - A Nation under Stress: the Psychological Impact of Diana's Death 89
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  • 7 - Secular Religion and the Public Responce to Diana's Death 97
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  • Part 3 - London 109
  • 8 - Kensingtonn Gardens: from Royal Park to Temporary Cemetery 113
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  • Bibliography 133
  • 9 - Pilgrims and Shrines 135
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  • 10 - A Bridge of Flowers 157
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  • 11 - Policing the Funeral 173
  • Bibliography 186
  • 12 - Liturgy and Music 187
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  • Part 4 - The Global and the Provincial 199
  • 13 - Books of Condolence 203
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  • 14 - A Provincial City Shows Respect: Shopping and Mourning in Bath 215
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  • 15 - America Responds to Diana's Death: Spontaneous Mermorials 227
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  • 16 - An American Paean for Diana, an Unlikely Feminist Hero 241
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  • 17 - Jokes on the Death of Diana 253
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  • Acknowledgement 268
  • Part 5 - Conclusion 269
  • 18 - And the Consequence Was … 271
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  • Index 279
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