Objects & Places from The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-portrait

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The Right Foot

Kahlo frequently depicts this, a part of her body that has been amputated, in her paintings.

Communism

The writer of the Diary believes that this presents a powerful opportunity to better mankind and wants to advance this movement.

The Mexican Revolution

The writer of the Diary grew up during this movement, even claiming to have been born in the year it began.

Outline of My Life

These are six pages of the writer of the Diary's journal that biographers have relied on for insight.

Stream of Consciousness

The writer of the Diary uses this Modernist technique for a good part of the writing and poetry represented in this book.

Muertes

These are literally the dead, animated skeleton figures that are popular symbols of Mexico's Day of the Dead holiday.

Yin-Yang Symbol

These symbols abound in this diary, as the author of the Diary enjoys the...

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