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Julian or Juliana of Norwich was an anchoress (female hermit) whose name was derived from the Church of St Julian in Norwich, England, where she lived in a small cell attached to the church and dedicated her life to prayer. She recorded her religious visions in a work published in about 1393 called Revelations of Divine Love. Her line, "All shall be well and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well," is one of the most famous phrases in medieval literature.
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