John Bunyan's classic allegory of English Puritanism tells of a dream in which Christian travels from this world to the next. Embarking on a journey to the Celestial City, Christian travels through Vanity-Fair, the Slough of Despond, and the Delectable Mountains and is helped and hindered by those he meets on his path, including Worldly-Wiseman, who tempts him, Faithful, who is martyred, and Hopeful, who encourages him to reach Heaven. Bunyan wrote The Pilgrim's Progress while in prison for his faith, which lends a directness and urgency to this tale, still vital centuries later.
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