Letters, Apr. 1, 1996

A FRACTURED FAIRY TALE

"Behind Diana's electric blue eyes lies the brain of a woman of the '90s. She has earned the title and benefits of her union with the throne." MARCIA A. BOWLIN Dodge City, Kansas

DIANA, NOT CHARLES, IS THE PERSONA OF international interest and attention in this generation of the House of Windsor [WORLD, March 11]. She is Britain's equivalent of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: an energetic, beautiful woman of overwhelming charm and intelligence whose charisma has enhanced the quality of royal life. She is the one who will continue to fascinate the press. DAVID KEITH JOHNSTON Philadelphia

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