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Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Revolutionaries in the Temple of Finance and Chapter 12, A Few Small Nips Summary

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Chapter 11, Revolutionaries in the Temple of Finance and Chapter 12, A Few Small Nips Summary and Analysis

While Rivera was working hard on his murals in Detroit in order to move on to the Rockefeller Center, more and more people started to find fault with his work. Some thought it obscene; others sacrilegious. Nevertheless, when Rivera arrived back in New York, he was very popular, and people were purchasing tickets to watch him paint. Kahlo herself went there a few times a week to hang out and chat with friends. She enjoyed being back in New York, unlike her previous visit. She delighted in making fun of the New York press and watching them squirm.

When Rivera's mural was partly finished, the environment started to grow hostile. An article ran in the New York World-Telegram calling the piece...

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