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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 7, what was an important part of who Kahlo was?
(a) The way she dressed herself.
(b) The way she did her hair.
(c) The kind of make-up she put on.
(d) The type of food she ate.
2. Who was the person that taught Kahlo what Rivera's favorite foods were?
(a) His mother.
(b) His maid.
(c) Lupe Marin.
(d) His children.
3. What about Kahlo entranced Rivera?
(a) Her quiet demeanor.
(b) Her beauty.
(c) Her talent.
(d) Her spunk and freshness.
4. How many girls were in attendance at the National Preparatory School when Kahlo attended?
5. What was Kahlo dressing like before she met Rivera?
(a) A flapper girl.
(b) A retro girl.
(c) A peasant.
(d) The workers' attire and haircut of the Young Communist League.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did many Mexicans and Kahlo's friends see her accident as?
2. What increased as a result of Kahlo and Rivera's courtship becoming more and more intense?
3. Who did Kahlo dance with at a party in Detroit, who was famous?
4. What is the color of the house where the story of Frida Kahlo's life begins?
5. After Kahlo and Rivera were married, how did Kahlo begin to dress?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Frida use painting to help her cope with her pain?
2. How were Frida and Rivera married in Chapter 8?
3. What did Frida do to try and gain Rivera's attention in Chapter 3?
4. After leaving Detroit and returning to New York, what did Rivera begin to do?
5. How was Kahlo changed after she contracted polio when she was six-years-old?
6. Why did the environment begin to grow hostile for Rivera in Chapter 11?
7. Why did Frida create the painting Henry Ford Hospital?
8. How did Frida's father, Guillermo, meet his second wife, Frida's mother?
9. What was one of the key reasons for Frida and Rivera's success in their eventual marriage?
10. How did Frida introduce herself to Rivera?
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