Frida : a novel /

A historical novel centered around the life of Frido Kahlo--the colorful, contentious Mexican painter who married Diego Rivera--introduces readers to Mexico in the first half of the twentieth century and the characters that shaped Kahlo's life.

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Main Author: Mujica, Barbara Louise. (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York, NY : Plume, [2002]
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Main Author:Mujica, Barbara Louise.
Summary:A historical novel centered around the life of Frido Kahlo--the colorful, contentious Mexican painter who married Diego Rivera--introduces readers to Mexico in the first half of the twentieth century and the characters that shaped Kahlo's life.

Capturing the essence of a ferociously gifted woman, Frida is a daring and brilliantly inventive novel about one of the most celebrated female artists of the 20th century. The story will soon be immortalized in the upcoming film starring Salma Hayek.

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Physical Description:366 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN:0452283035 (pbk.) :
9780452283039