Ève Curie (writer)
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Who is Ève Curie?
ève Curie a.k.a. Ève Curie: Ève Denise Curie Labouisse was a French and American writer, journalist and pianist. Ève Curie was the youngest daughter of Marie Curie and Pierre Curie. Her sister was Irène Joliot-Curie and her brother-in-law Frédéric Joliot-Curie. Ève was the only member of her family who did not choose a career as a scientist and did not win a Nobel Prize, although her husband Henry Richardson Labouisse, Jr. did collect the Nobel Peace Prize in 1965 on behalf of UNICEF. She worked as a journalist and authored her mother's biography Madame Curie and a book of war reportage, Journey Among Warriors. From the 1960s she committed herself to work for UNICEF, providing help to children and mothers in developing countries.
- also known as Ève Denise Curie Labouisse, Eve Curie, Ève Denise Curie
- born on (110 years ago) in Paris, child of Pierre Curie and Marie Curie
- nationality: United States of America, France
- education: Bachelor's degree (Science) at Collège Sévigné, graduated in
- profession: Writer, author, journalist, pianist
- Marriage with Henry Richardson Labouisse, Jr. between and (32 years and 4 months)
- died on (8 years ago) in York Avenue / Sutton Place
- written works: "Journey Among Warriors", "The price of freedom", "Frau an der Front", "Madame Curie", "Voyage parmi les guerriers", "They Speak For A Nation - Letters From France", "Marii͡a︡ Ki͡u︡ri"
- nominated to National Book Award for Nonfiction - "Madame Curie"
- National Book Award for Nonfiction - "Madame Curie"
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