Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo - Chapter 7, The Elephant and the Dove and Chapter 8, Newlywed: The Tehuana Frida Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, The Elephant and the Dove and Chapter 8, Newlywed: The Tehuana Frida Summary and Analysis

Although Rivera was separated from his wife Marin at the time, Marin became quite jealous of all the time that Rivera spent with Kahlo. Her spunk and freshness, however, ultimately tempted Rivera and he was entranced by her fast mind. One of the key successes to their eventual marriage was that they both were easily bored; thus, their unusual styles challenged each other.

The way that Kahlo dressed herself was an important part of who she was. Even during her sickest times, she would spend a great deal of time and attention to her looks. Around the time that she met Rivera, she went from dressing like a flapper girl to styling herself as a member of the Young...

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