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Quietism was considered heretical by the Roman Catholic Church , and she was imprisoned from to after publishing the book A Short and Very Easy Method of Prayer. Of a sensitive and delicate constitution, she was sickly in her childhood and her education was neglected. Her childhood was spent between the convent, and the home of her well—to—do parents, moving nine times in ten years. Guyon's parents were very religious people, and they gave her an especially pious training.
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