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"I hope the exit is joyful — and I hope never to come back — Frida." Chapter 24, p.431

"But Frida's real cuates (pals) were the Cachuchas, named after the caps they all wore and famous at the Preparatoria for their brains and their mischief." Chapter 2, p. 27

"Frida in particular was moved to mischief by Rivera." Chapter 2, p.31

"It was one of those accidents that make a person, even one separated by years from the actual fact, wince in horror." Chapter 4, p. 47

"Whenever Frida herself told the story of her initiation into painting ... she was careful not to promote the familiar artists' myth of being born with a pencil in hand or to imply that an 'innate genius' had drawn her irresistibly to art from the age of three." Chapter 5, p.63

"To convey the loneliness of physical and emotional suffering, Frida has painted herself isolated against an immense and barren...

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