Alice James

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Truly nothing is to be expected but the unexpected.

Alice James (7 August, 1848 - 6 March 1892) was a U.S. diarist, the sister of Henry James and William James. She is known primarily for the posthumously published diary she kept in the last years of her life.

Quotes[edit]

  • What sense of superiority it gives one to escape reading some book which every one else is reading.
    • As quoted in Alice James, Her Brothers — Her Journal (1934)
  • Truly nothing is to be expected but the unexpected.
    • As quoted in Alice James, Her Brothers — Her Journal (1934)

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