One of an Immortal Pair; Mme. Curie on the Struggles of a Scientist PIERRE CURIE. By Marie Curie. Translated by Charlotte and Vernon Kellogg. With an introduction by Mrs. William Brown Melony, and autobiographical notes by Marie Curie. New York: The Macmi

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One of an Immortal Pair; Mme. Curie on the Struggles of a Scientist PIERRE CURIE. By Marie Curie. Translated by Charlotte and Vernon Kellogg. With an introduction by Mrs. William Brown Melony, and autobiographical notes by Marie Curie. New York: The Macmi

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IN a world so distracted as the present where the lust for blood seems to be uppermost in men's minds, the story of Pierre Curie as told by his wife, and the short autobiographical sketch of Marie Curie in the second half of the volume, make it apparent t

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'One of an Immortal Pair; Mme. Curie on the Struggles of a Scientist PIERRE CURIE. By Marie Curie. Translated by Charlotte and Vernon Kellogg. With an introduction by Mrs. William Brown Melony, and autobiographical notes by Marie Curie. New York: The Macmi', New York Times

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“One of an Immortal Pair; Mme. Curie on the Struggles of a Scientist PIERRE CURIE. By Marie Curie. Translated by Charlotte and Vernon Kellogg. With an introduction by Mrs. William Brown Melony, and autobiographical notes by Marie Curie. New York: The Macmi,” Past Periodicals, accessed May 8, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/19952.