Objects & Places from Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo

Hayden Herrera
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Blue House in Coyoacan

This location is where the main character and her spouse lived together; it now contains many of her belongings and is her personal museum.

Tehuana costume

The main character starts to wear this partly because it is appealing, but also because of its immense amount of symbolism.

Corsets

The main character had to wear this object in an effort to help repair her spine after surgery.

The House on San Angel

This location is two smaller buildings connected by a single bridge up top; it comes to symbolize the independence and interdependence between two characters in the biography.

New York

This location is where the main character has her first art exhibit and successfully sells roughly half of the 25 paintings she displays.

Henry Ford Hospital

This place is where the main character ends up after suffering a miscarriage while in Detroit.

A Few Small Nips

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