Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo - Chapter 1, The Blue House on Londress Street and Chapter 2, Childhood in Coyoacan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1, The Blue House on Londress Street and Chapter 2, Childhood in Coyoacan Summary and Analysis

The beginning of Frida Kahlo's life is explored in the first chapter of the novel. The life and story of Kahlo begins and ends in the same place, at the blue house on Londress Street. While it once contained Kahlo and her family, it is now the Museo Frida Kahlo where a recreation of Kahlo's life is accurately conveyed. Painted on the wall are two inscriptions that say that Kahlo was born there and that she and Rivera lived there for many years. However quaint those inscriptions might be, neither one of them are accurate.

The house was built by Guillermo Kahlo, Frida's father. He migrated from Germany and worked at a jewelry store named La Perla, where he...

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