Representing Diana, Princess of Wales: Cultural Memory and Fairy Tales Revisited available in Hardcover
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- Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Denney (art history and women's studies, U. of Wyoming) shows how Diana, Princess of Wales kept to a tradition set by Alexandra, Princess of Wales in the nineteenth century. Alexandra took great pains to establish herself as someone who should be a princess in the way she allowed herself to be represented in portraiture. In many of the photographs it is clear Diana followed the example of Alexandra, down to the choice of costume, coiffure, and background. Diana, however, had to cope with a much different kind of mass media than that of Alexandra's day. Distributed by Associated University Presses. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
|Publisher:||Fairleigh Dickinson University Press|
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About the Author
Colleen Denney is associate professor of art history and adjunct in women's studies, American studies, and African American studies at the University of Wyoming.