Apparently more than 15 books have already been written about the death of Diana and the associated phenomena, and as many again are shortly to be published. You will be glad to know that I am not writing one of them. Nor am I going to add to the numerous research papers, since I cannot write phrases like “Diana functions as a radical fetish of virtual reality, a move beyond alienation to a principle of otherness raised to perfection” (Diane Rubinstein in That's the Way the Mercedes Benz: Di, Wound Culture and Fatal Fetishism’; The Sunday Times, 5 April 1998). The humorist, Alan Coren writes that soon we will all have to undergo official tests on our attitude to Di before we will be allowed a mortgage, a credit card, or a subscription to Reader's Digest the catch being we will never know if we should be for or against her.
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