On top of her educational shortcomings, Curie could not speak fluent French. All of her classes were in French. Instead of giving up, Curie began studying in order to succeed. She scrimped on her food rations, rarely eating meat. Curie also did not buy coal and had to put all her clothes on top of her for warmth. All of these sacrifices were made in order for Curie to receive an education. She did end up graduating at the top of her class in physics and mathematics.
The lesson in this article is students today need to have the same drive as Curie. Students today have food, shelter, and warmth. Learning for them should be easier. Despite all the obstacles, Curie did the impossible and learned. This story should inspire all students. With hard work and dedication, every student can achieve their goals. The reason students are not achieving what Curie did is the lack of drive and focus. Students today do not want to work hard for their education.
The only perspective of this woman I did not like was the treatment of her child. Curie got married and had a baby, but these events did not seem important to her. Physics and being in the lab was the most important thing in her life. The role of women at the time was to be married and have children. Curie was different, but did not fight against the system. She did what was expected. Thus the roles of wife and mother were not given 100%. Curie could have done