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The writer said:
But, instead of the woman being a head of state, a princess, or a celebrity, this story is about a nobody. It’s the nobodies who fill the obituaries every day that we never pay attention to.
Perry, one of my students, showed me the article, and he was unhappy about the way the early paragraphs started talking about that lady calling her “Nobody”.
How could they do that to that decent lady after her death, calling her nobody? How cruel that was on her family? Did her family agree on this article to be written in that way?
No matter what the justification was, it was not acceptable, to publicly called the deceased that she was nobody, not a princess nor bla bla bla. What was that?!
That was all.