The Pilgrim's Progress Part One (Large Print Edition)
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Begun while John Bunyan was in Bedfordshire county jail serving time for holding religious services outside the auspices of the Church of England, Pilgrim's Progress is considered one of the greatest works of the English language. "Pilgrim's Progress" is a Christian allegory that concerns the path of one's soul to Heaven. John Bunyan published the first part of the "Pilgrim's Progress" in 1678 with a second part to follow in 1679. Contained here in this volume is both the first and second part of "Pilgrim's Progress."
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