Who Is Earl Spencer's Eulogy In Princess Diana

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Princess Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer, in his eulogy for Diana, defines all of her internal and external beauty. Spencer’s purpose is to speak on behalf of his sister, explaining what she would want. He utilizes repetition, descriptive details, and emotions to acknowledge and remember Diana in order to emphasize what a wonderful life she led.
Spencer begins his eulogy with repetition by describing Diana as a role model. He says, “All over the world she was a symbol of selfless humanity,” and “All over the world, a standard bearer for the rights of the truly downtrodden. . .” He uses this repetition in order to highlight that she made a bona fide impact not only in her country, but all throughout the world. This reiterating of the first four