A Biography Of Frida Kahlo Analysis

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Sheccid Donatt October 5, 2015 Period 6 Mrs. Smith Culture Influences Everyone has a culture, whether you know about it or not. Some cultures are blatantly obvious while others are extremely subtle. Naturally, our culture influences many things, including our food choice, dress choices, and language. However, does our culture influence they way we see the world? This is a very open discussion and come come with many different answers depending on what you choose to use to show your opinion, so if they both have valid reasoning then we must find a happy medium. Depending on the topic or subject, culture can or will not influence your views on that specific topic. Your culture does have a direct influence in how you live your life and how you choose what is appropriate or not.. In other cultures around the world the USA dresses completely inappropriate and that is based of of what your culture views a appropriate or not. In “Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo” by Hayden…show more content…
For example, culture does not influence how you want to live your future. It also does not influence what you opinionated about how the world works. Frida Kahlo wanted to be a artist, ”Frida Kahlo had her first major exhibition of paintings in her native Mexico” (Herrera 27), and while her paintings are mostly famous in Mexico she did not become an artist because she was Mexican. In “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan, she says, “ I won’t let her change me, I promised myself. I won’t be what I am not,” (Tan 19). Tan speaks about not allowing her mother and her culture push her into being something she does not want to be. Obviously one is like the other and and nothing is set in stone, meaning that sometimes you want to appease your culture and you want to do something your culture expects you to become and if you agree with it then your culture can directly affect your future goals and
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