The Pilgrim’s Progress   

by John Bunyan    

England, 1678

its genre  
  • sacred and devotional texts   ·
  • novels   ·
  • spirituality  
originally written in
English
under the title
The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come

Allegorical novel about a spiritual voyage of a "good" (Anglican) Christian. "No other seventeenth-century text save the King James Bible, ... and no other Puritan or, indeed, committed Christian work of persuasion enjoyed such an extensive readership." (N.H. Keeble, in his Introduction to The Pilgrim's Progress, Oxford University Press, 1984, p. ix).

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