John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress with 525 Illustrations Spanning 250 Years, Part One
Pilgrim’s Progress like you’ve never seen it before, literally.
525 illustrations, many in color, chosen from dozens of sources over the span of 250 years.
The text of The Pilgrim’s Progress used is in modern English while preserving John Bunyan’s original meaning, his doctrine, and his quaint, charming, and most memorable style of expression.
Combine the unforgettable text with the magnificent illustrations, and you have a child’s enchantment.
When the book describes such scenes as Christian wounding Apollyon, or trapped in the net of the Flatterer; or Faithful before Lord Hate-good in Vanity Fair; or Hopeful languishing in Giant Despair’s dungeon; or Atheist laughing at Christian, you will have dozens of imaginative illustrations to enhance the experience.
compiled by Laurie Bluedorn
published by Trivium Pursuit
ebook, color, 605 pages
This sounds really neat. Is there somewhere I can see a preview of the book? Thanks!
You can see excerpts here on our blog http://www.triviumpursuit.com/blog/category/pilgrims-progress/
Are there plans yet to print this? I love that you took the time to compile all this wonderful art!
No, we won’t be printing this, but if you buy it from our shopping cart, we send the pdf and you can print it.