How would you interpret ‘revision’ here?
Your letter was welcome, even if it didn’t carry much good news. It is so much better to think of you stomping down the street with skirts roiling, not in a wheelchair. This is a hateful revision. You and Diego should be marching with banners in Paseo de la Reforma this week, protesting the compromises of the Chapultepec Conference…
How would you interpret ‘revision’ in the sentence: This is a hateful revision?
Does it refer to that Frida had something wrong with her legs and had to sit in a wheelchair?