The pilgrim's progress : an authoritative text, contexts, criticism / John Bunyan ; edited by Cynthia Wall.
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- ISBN: 9780393927719
- ISBN: 0393927717
- Physical Description: xviii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York ; W.W. Norton & Company, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 455-458).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
A note on the text -- The text of The Pilgrim's progress. Appendix: Texual variants -- Contexts. Biographical contexts ; Geographies and illustrations ; Theological and literary contexts ; Abridgements, extracts, and adaptations -- Criticism.
Criticism. [Allegory and style] / Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; [Bunyan and Spenser] / Sir Walter Scott ; [The highest miracle of genius] / Thomas Bibington Macaulay ; [The failure of The Second Part] / James Anthony Froude ; [The popularity of The Pilgrim's progress] / Sir Charles Firth ; [The artist-philosopher] / George Bernard Shaw ; From The pilgrim's progress as a work of art / Henri Talon ; [Marxists and mobs] / F.R. Leavis ; [Our very solid neighbors] / Dorothy Van Ghent ; The vision of John Bunyan / C.S. Lewis ; From Metaphor, type, emblem, and the pilgrim "allegory" / J. Paul Hunter ; From Progress in The pilgrim's progress / Stanley Fish ; From Bunyan's sense of place / James Turner ; [Bunyan and maps] / [The feminine heroic] / Kathleen M. Swaim ; From Bunyan as first reader in the "Apology" / Barbara A. Johnson ; [Bunyan's marginal notes] / Maxine Hancock ; From How Bunyan became English : missionaries, translation, and the discipline of English literature / Isabel Hofmeyr -- John Bunyan : a chronology.
John Bunyan was a Baptist preacher and author with little education but much vision and purpose.
Briefly imprisoned for preaching without a license, he is believed to have begun writing the most famous Christian allegory, The Pilgrims Progress, while in jail. The Pilgrims Progress was published in 1678 (Part I) and 1684 (Part II). Edited and annotated with the student reader in mind, this Norton Critical Edition is the indispensable guide to the language, allusions, and historical references of this challenging text. An unusually rich Contexts section is thematically organized in four sections: Biographical, Geographical and Visual, Theological and Literary, and Abridgements and Adaptation, and includes eleven essential visuals. Criticism collects twenty major essays spanning two hundred years of thinking and writing about The Pilgrims Progress, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Sir Walter Scott, George Bernard Shaw, F. R. Leavis, Dorothy Van Ghent, J. Paul Hunter, Stanley Fish, Barbara A. Johnson, and Cynthia Wall, among others. 10 illustrations; 1 map - Amazon.
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