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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the "little Curies"?
(a) X-ray machines delivered to new hospitals.
(b) Cars that haul the wounded.
(c) Equipped X-ray cars.
(d) Mobile labs that mine radium.
2. Why is Marie able to find friends in the peasants of the village?
(a) She goes out of her way to help them.
(b) She has earned their respect.
(c) They see her for herself.
(d) They recognize her as one of their own.
3. Why is it surprising that the Americans donated another gram of radium to Marie?
(a) A looming financial crisis.
(b) The radium was for Poland.
(c) Marie's refusal to return to America.
(d) THere was an on-going war.
4. Why does Eve believe Marie did not provide her with the kind of discipline she may have needed?
(a) She was too emotionally unstable.
(b) She respected Eve's free will too much.
(c) She never got over her grief.
(d) She had Irene to share her own views and beliefs.
5. What happens to Marie on June 25, 1903?
(a) She gives birth to her second child.
(b) She has a miscarriage.
(c) She finds out her father is dead.
(d) She is awarded her doctorate degree.
6. What does Marie accuse herself of when in truth she simply needs to find some actual rest in her life?
(a) Losing her mind.
7. What does Marie form for her children after her father-in-law dies?
(a) A special memorial to her husband and father-in-law.
(b) A play yard near her lab.
(c) A teaching cooperative.
(d) A room in the house specifically for them.
8. What happens when Pierre has an attack?
(a) He is weak and unable to work.
(b) He becomes mean and agitated.
(c) He goes into a stupor where he knows no one.
(d) He has severe seizures.
9. What is Marie's primary reason for the decision she makes in regard as to whether to go or stay?
(a) Her patriotism.
(b) Her dead husband.
(c) Her children.
(d) Her new lab.
10. Marie continues on with her research despite what?
(a) Her lack of help.
(b) Her continued health problems.
(c) Her on-going grief.
(d) Her children's wishes.
11. What political situation does Marie take an interest in?
(a) Poland Revolution.
(d) Revolution in Russia.
12. What obscured Pierre's vision?
(a) A closed cab.
(b) A crowd.
(c) A horse.
(d) A wagon.
13. How does Marie rest after she spends her day working at the laboratory?
(a) Corresponding with her colleagues.
(d) Playing with her granddaughter.
14. Where does Marie turn to find some emotional strength and support?
(a) Her children.
(b) Her colleagues.
(c) Her work.
(d) Her father-in-law.
15. As Marie aged into her fifties, how does Marie seem to change?
(a) She sufferes from serous health problems.
(b) She becomes more serene.
(c) She withdraws more.
(d) She becomes more animated.
Short Answer Questions
1. What ultimately kills Pierre?
2. Continuing the research themselves in their shed causes what to happen to Marie?
3. What is the one problem with the house in Sceaux?
4. What is one of Eve's earliest memories of her mother?
5. How does Marie appear to the public according to Eve?
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