Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo - Chapter 5, The Broken Column and Chapter 6, Diego: The Frog Prince Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, The Broken Column and Chapter 6, Diego: The Frog Prince Summary and Analysis

Until the time of her death, Kahlo's life would be a struggle against death and decay after the accident. There would be good times and periods of unmanageable pain. Her first relapse came a year after her accident. She continued to paint and reflected the intensely personal nature that her paintings would be known for. She wrote passionate letters to Arias and her friends, showing her strong will not just to endure the pain, but to live life fully.

For many Mexicans and her friends, Kahlo's accident was seen as destiny. She was not meant to die. Instead, she was meant to live a remarkable life filled with pain and despair in order to create her unusual paintings. One of the most powerful...

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