Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo - Chapter 3, The National Prepatory School and Chapter 4, Accident and Aftermath Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The National Prepatory School and Chapter 4, Accident and Aftermath Summary and Analysis

In 1922, Kahlo enrolled in the National Preparatory School, the best preparatory school in Mexico. It was an impressive school and Kahlo's personality as a unique and powerful character started to develop here. She was one of the first girls permitted into the school and one of only thirty-five girls among two thousand students. Most likely, Guillermo was the strongest reason that Kahlo was permitted to attend this impressive school.

Kahlo was friendly with a number of cliques but her closest pals were a group called the Cachuchas. There were two girls and seven boys in her group and they were united in their sense of irreverence. They would often get into trouble from their pranks, but another favorite activity was to find a...

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