In Search of Julian of Norwich
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In Search of Julian of Norwich  -     By: Sheila Upjohn
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This is a spiritual detective story. Who was Julian? Why has she become so famous? Why did her writings disappear for centuries? Why is everyone reading them today? This fascinating illustrated exploration of Julian's world---her city, her century, and her remarkable book, the first written by a woman in English---provides clues to the exciting mystery that is Julian.

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Title: In Search of Julian of Norwich
By: Sheila Upjohn
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.25 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 0819222801
ISBN-13: 9780819222800
Stock No: WW222800

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This is a spiritual detective story. Who was Julian? Why has she become so famous? Why did her writings disappear for centuries? Why is everyone reading them today?

This fascinating illustrated exploration of Julian's world, her city, her century, and her remarkable book--the first written by a woman in English--provides clues to the exciting mystery that is Julian.

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Sheila Upjohn has worked as a journalist and advertising copywriter. She is the author of All Shall Be Well and Why Julian Now? She lives in Australia.

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