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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What picture does Frida use to create a collage?
(a) Architectural blueprints.
(b) A photo of a man hunting.
(c) An erotic photo.
(d) An image of the president of Mexico.

2. What pair of drawings does Frida label "Don't come crying to me!" and "Yes, I come crying to you"?
(a) Drawings of a pot and pan.
(b) Drawings of birds.
(c) Drawings of Diego Rivera and a model working with him.
(d) Drawings of vases.

3. What does Frida draw hanging from a clothesline?
(a) Men.
(b) Bright lights.
(c) Women in long dresses.
(d) Monkeys.

4. Where does Frida describe meeting an imaginary friend?
(a) At the National Palace.
(b) Near her mother's beauty salon.
(c) At a store.
(d) In the forest.

5. Where does Frida sit in an image of her holding Diego Rivera as her child?
(a) In the middle of a desert landscape.
(b) On an oversized leaf.
(c) On the lap of a woman who personifies Mexico.
(d) On the lap of a woman who personifies the universe.

6. Who does Frida refer to with the signature "Yrenaica"?
(a) Yvette, her doctor's assistant.
(b) Yvette, a teacher from her childhood.
(c) Irene, assistant to the President of Mexico.
(d) Irene, a former assistant and lover to Diego Rivera.

7. What song lyrics does Frida repeatedly cite in the Diary?
(a) "Sing and don't cry."
(b) "No man is an island."
(c) "Life is about love, but dancing is fine."
(d) "Tree of hope stand firm."

8. What childhood memory does Frida write about in 1950?
(a) Playing with an imaginary friend.
(b) Taking ballet classes.
(c) Chewing on a doll's foot.
(d) Playing with a neighbor boy.

9. What does Lowe write to explain the piece The Two Fridas, painted in 1939?
(a) Frida wrote that one of these was the Frida Diego loved, the other was the Frida that Diego once loved.
(b) Frida claimed that one was the Frida that her parents had longed for, the other the Frida who was an artist.
(c) Frida claimed that one was the sick Frida, while the other was the healthy Frida.
(d) Frida wrote that one was how Diego would have her be, while the other was who she was.

10. What does Frida label her own work in the Diary?
(a) Feminine Surrealism.
(b) Revolutionary Realism.
(c) Retro Impressionism.
(d) Mexican Realism.

11. Which of the following did Frida write over an image of a foot?
(a) "Artist, wife... I will dance."
(b) "Ancient symbol of direction."
(c) "Walker, dancer... Revolutionary..."
(d) "Long live the dance. Long live health!"

12. What recipe does Frida include in her Diary?
(a) A recipe for salsa.
(b) A recipe for paint.
(c) A recipe for deer food.
(d) An Aztec recipe for verdolagas, also called purslane.

13. What kind of animal body does Lowe write that Frida painted with her own face (outside of her diary)?
(a) A dog.
(b) A deer.
(c) A bear.
(d) A cat.

14. What does Lowe write that Citlali means?
(a) Death.
(b) Star.
(c) Heaven.
(d) Home.

15. Which two political systems does Lowe note that Frida pairs?
(a) Communist and Argentine.
(b) Mayan and Aztec.
(c) Aztec and the ruling political party in Colombia.
(d) Aztec and Communist.

Short Answer Questions

1. What figures are included in the image Frida labels "DEATH IN A RIOT"?

2. What did Frida claim she painted?

3. What does Lowe write that it means when she paints her right foot?

4. What film does Isabel Villasenor participate in?

5. What is the name of the monstrous creature that Frida paints in green, wrapped with red ribbons?

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