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Frida Kahlo: The Iconic Unibrowed Mexican Artist

As a child, Frida was stricken with polio in her right leg at the age of six. Despite this handicap, she played soccer, boxed, wrestled, and became a champion swimmer. She spoke and wrote English, loved to use foul language in Spanish, loved floor length native Mexican dresses, and similar to Anne Frank, she kept a diary, but written in the last decade of her life.

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Anne Frank: Her Life & Diary (Het Achterhuis)

The youngest child to Otto and Edith Frank, her birth was mistakenly recorded as a boy. Anne Frank entered the world weighing 8 1/2 lbs and 21" long. She was born Annaliese Marie Frank at a women's clinic in Frankfurt, Germany on June 12, 1929. An avid reader and writer, she writes in a diary entry "After the war I'd like to publish a book called Het Achterhuis."

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