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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. What story does Lowe liken Frida's childhood memory to?
(a) A German tale her father may have shared with her.
(b) A small story (in a single panel) of Diego Rivera's History of Mexico mural.
(c) Lewis Caroll's Alice.
(d) An Aztec birth myth.
2. Why does Lowe believe Frida can paint her own death?
(a) She faced it frequently.
(b) She has already said goodbye to her loved ones.
(c) She plans her own death.
(d) She hopes it is pleasant.
3. What does Frida describe as "the harmony of form and color"?
(a) Human biological functions.
4. What is the first thing Frida mentions as having passed between 1950 and 1951?
(a) Her father dies.
(b) Diego Rivera opens his museum.
(c) She has 7 surgeries.
(d) The presidential elections.
5. What is the last image in Frida's diary?
(b) An apple.
(c) A candle.
(d) A winged creature.
Short Answer Questions
1. What figure does Lowe believe is depicted in flames in Frida's image labeled "Footprints and sunprints"?
2. In an image labeled "Dog," where does Frida place the dog?
3. Which of the following best describes Kahlo's relationship with artist Hieronymus Bosh?
4. Why does Frida create a list of things she is thankful for?
5. What does Lowe write is associated in pre-Columbian mythology with the right foot?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Frida depict skeletons?
2. How does Frida alter an erotic photo of a woman?
3. What does Frida write about her leg?
4. Frida uses the signature Sadja. What does this mean?
5. Which painting does Frida plan in a preliminary sketch in her diary?
6. What does Frida pair with Communist symbols?
7. How does Frida describe her early life in her "Outline of my life"?
8. How does Frida describe the United States and England?
9. What is the Eyesaurus.
10. What childhood memory does Frida describe, and could be seen as the origins of The Two Fridas?
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