Diana, as fate would have it, turned out to be a little like Marilyn Monroe in the sense that the tragedy of her death immortalized her in the minds of many. Certainly, the tabloids were obsessed with her while she was living, and I can clearly recall being in high school analyzing the literature concerning The Scarlett Letter by Hawthorne in English Class when her death was announced on my birthday. Plenty of layers of analysis just in the fact alone, eh? ┬áJust that story alone suggests there could be some relationship problems, since the premise of The Scarlett Letter concerns adultery. Is it so? Let’s take a look:

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