John Bunyan. This classic allegory is among the greatest literary masterpieces in the world. Bunyan began the work while he was in prison for preaching without a license. Although Bunyan had only a limited amount of formal schooling, his work found its way into nearly every home in England, American, and Europe during his lifetime.
This copy of "The Pilgrim's Progress" restores the text, as nearly as possible, to the last edition Bunyan revised before his death in 1688.
304 pp. Paper. Spire Books Publisher