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Alice Dayrell Caldeira Brant
Born Alice Dayrell Caldeira Brant
August 28, 1880(1880-08-28)
Diamantina - Minas Gerais
Died June 20, 1970 (aged 89)
Rio de Janeiro
Pen name Helena Morley
Occupation Diarist
Nationality Brazil
Writing period 1893-1895

Alice Dayrell Caldeira Brant (August 28, 1880 – June 20, 1970) was a Brazilian writer. She was born in Diamantina, Minas Gerais, Brazil to a British father and a Brazilian mother. Her diaries were published under the pseudonym Helena Morley.

Her girlhood diaries spanning the years 1893 and 1895 were first published in 1942 as Minha vida de menina (translated into English by Elizabeth Bishop as The Diary of Helena Morley). The book was adapted to film in 2004 by Helena Solberg as Vida de Menina.[1]

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