Querido Doctorcito


Resumen del Libro

The main body of the book is the facsimile and transcription of the collection of themanuscript and typed letters and telegraphs mailed between artist Frida Kahlo and doctor LeoEloesser, and enriched with contributions written by experts in art and medicine such as CarlosMonsivais, Teresa del Conde, Juan Pascoe, and others. The group of letters corresponds to 3phases covering from 1936 to 1951: The first part reflects a courteous friendship and a paternalrelationship of total confidence and where she consults him for all medical and personal matters.The second part of the correspondence airs her political feelings about the Spanish Civil War,the refuges arriving in Mexico and Diego Riveras health. The third part of the correspondencemarks an important shift, when the 2 protagonists adopt a more informal tone and where Kahloconfides her several love affairs and medical problems, and although during this period shepainted extensively she does not mention it as she didnt believe in her own success stamped.These letters suggest that there was more than just a caring friendship between them while alsorepresent the heartbreaking confessions by Kahlo after she lost the baby she was expecting withher husband Diego Rivera.

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