The Cambridge companion to Bunyan
John Bunyan was a major figure in seventeenth-century Puritan literature, and one deeply embroiled in the religious upheavals of his times. This Companion considers all his major texts, including The Pilgrim's Progress and his autobiography Grace Abounding. The essays, by leading Bunyan scholar...
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|Other Authors:||Dunan-Page, Anne.|
Cambridge, UK ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge companions to literature.
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- Introduction / Anne Dunan-Page
- John Bunyan's literary life / N. H. Keeble
- John Bunyan and Restoration literature / Nigel Smith
- John Bunyan and the Bible / W. R. Owens
- John Bunyan and the goodwives of Bedford: a psychoanalytic approach / Vera J. Camden
- Grace abounding to the chief of sinners: John Bunyan and spiritual autobiography / Michael Davies
- The Pilgrim's Progress and the line of allegory / Roger Pooley
- Bunyan and the early novel: The Life and Death of Mr Badman / Stuart Sim
- Militant religion and politics in The Holy War / David Walker
- A Book for Boys and Girls: Or, Country Rhimes for Children: Bunyan and literature for children / Shannon Murray
- Posthumous Bunyan: early lives and the development of the canon / Anne Dunan-Page
- The Victorians and Bunyan's legacy / Emma Mason
- Bunyan: colonial, postcolonial / Isabel Hofmeyr.