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Biblography of Frida Kahlo

Listed below are some sources that I have used throughout my study of Frida Kahlo, that have aided me in my research and leads for interviews. Frida: A Biography by Hayden Herrera This book is probably the best starting place for anyone who wants a very detailed, chronological account of Frida Kahlo’s life. It is said to be the best of the Frida Kahlo’s biographies in existence, and includes the events.. Read More

The ‘Collage Effect’ of Night of the Notables: A Reflection

My first and last Night of the Notables as a grade 10 has come and gone, but induced such of flurry of moments throughout the evening that I knew would become some of the most memorable of the entire study. From performing the Talons rite of passage of the in-character speeches, to creating and displaying my learning center, the night was replete with endless instances of overbearing nervousness, relief, surprise,.. Read More

An Interview with Mr. Mark Castro

One integral part of the Eminent Study experience is the conducting of an interview with someone who may be able to offer some insight of your eminent person, or an aspect of their existence. With so much literature  that exists on Frida Kahlo, I knew early on that my interview would be primarily opinion-based, or very much hinging on the experience of the interviewee. I began my search by contacting various.. Read More