Marie Curie Quote

"The moment of discovery" does not always exist: the scientist's work is too tenuous, too divided, for the certainty of success to crackle out suddenly in the midst of his laborious toil like a stroke of lightening, dazzling him by its fire.


In: Eve Curie - Madame Curie - Chapter XII (p. 158), The Literary Guild of America, Inc. 1937

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The moment of discovery does not always exist: the scientist's work is too tenuous, too divided, for the certainty of success to crackle out suddenly ...

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The moment of discovery does not always exist: the scientist's work is too tenuous, too divided, for the certainty of success to crackle out suddenly ...

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The moment of discovery does not always exist: the scientist's work is too tenuous, too divided, for the certainty of success to crackle out suddenly ...

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The moment of discovery does not always exist: the scientist's work is too tenuous, too divided, for the certainty of success to crackle out suddenly ...