Introduction by Carlos Fuentes
1. How does Carlos Fuentes claim he first met Frida Kahlo?
(a) He had to ask her to take care of her dog.
(b) He was introduced by a mutual friend.
(c) He heard her.
(d) He smelled her perfume.
2. Where did Carlos Fuentes first meet Frida?
(a) At a Mexico City gallery called the Gallery of Mexican Art.
(b) In a restaurant called Sanborns.
(c) In the Alameda Park.
(d) In the Palace of Fine Arts.
3. What style does Fuentes claim was "in tune with the tastes of the Mexican elite" around the turn of the century?
(a) A German born style emphasizing contrast.
(b) An Italian ornate style.
(c) An indigenous geometric style.
(d) A surrealist style that influenced architecture at the time.
4. What Tiffany art object does Carlos Fuentes describe?
(a) A diamond studded leash.
(b) Frida's earrings.
(c) A beautiful lamp shade.
(d) A glass curtain.
5. Who does Fuentes write is like Frida, "hiding her tortured body"?
(a) Adelitas, women involved in the Mexican Revolution.
(b) The Virgin of Guadalupe.
(c) Maria Izquierdo.
(d) A broken Cleopatra.
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