Althorp, her childhood home, was a stately, drafty pile, crammed with priceless works of art.Her childhood was privileged but lonely — her parents had a terrible divorce — and her education indifferent.Diana was emotional, fragile, needy, anorexic, bulimic; Charles came from the stiff-upper-lip school of interpersonal relations and had a longtime (married) girlfriend, Camilla Parker-Bowles. They died together in a high-speed chase in Paris, fleeing from paparazzi pursuing them in cars and motorcycles after a date.Britain went into deep shock, wondering aloud whether it had helped cause Diana’s death by not appreciating her enough in life.“He was a tortured soul; he did what he had to do,” said Mr.Krakauer, who wrote the foreword to “The Wild Truth,” adding: “He suffered as a young man, and he did what he had to do to escape it.” By the time Mr.She lives on in her sons, William and Harry, who have talked in recent years about her effect on them.
He often roamed alone, but left an impression on many of the friends he made along the way.Terry Fincher/Getty Images;, via Reuters; Jacques Langevin, via Associated Press; Press Association, via Associated Press; Erich Auerbach, via Getty Images; Damon Winter, via The New York Times; John Lent, via Associated Press;, via Associated Press Thanks for joining us this summer as we revisited some of the 200,000 memorable lives featured in The New York Times’s archive.We wandered back into a fatal Alaskan odyssey and over the rainbow.“He was always an adventuresome, pretty self-contained individual,” Walt Mc Candless said in an interview. Mc Candless’s sister Carine published “The Wild Truth,” a memoir that depicted a physically abusive, chaotic childhood that both siblings were forced to conceal.“And it’s important to realize that the trip he didn’t come back from wasn’t his first adventure.” Some readers see Mr. “Chris made his choices, and he accepted accountability,” Ms. But she said she does feel her parents should accept some blame.
We relived the first steps on the moon and the speech that divided India and Pakistan.