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The Most Difficult Journey You'll Ever Make: The Pilgrim's Progress…

by John Bunyan

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The most famous allegory ever written, and the second-most read book in the English language (after the Bible), John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress has been enormously popular for 350 years. Now in a modernized rendering of Bunyan's enchanting prose and with elucidating annotations throughout, a whole generation of readers can join the character, Christian, and his companions, Faithful and Hopeful, as they travel from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. Along the way they meet a host of unsavoury characters who attempt to waylay the pilgrims, but the hero presses on. For centuries, Christians of all backgrounds have found hope in this story of this man of faith. Now, this classic is accessible to a new generation of readers.… (more)
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The most famous allegory ever written, and the second-most read book in the English language (after the Bible), John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress has been enormously popular for 350 years. Now in a modernized rendering of Bunyan's enchanting prose and with elucidating annotations throughout, a whole generation of readers can join the character, Christian, and his companions, Faithful and Hopeful, as they travel from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City. Along the way they meet a host of unsavoury characters who attempt to waylay the pilgrims, but the hero presses on. For centuries, Christians of all backgrounds have found hope in this story of this man of faith. Now, this classic is accessible to a new generation of readers.

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