John Bunyan's immortal classic Pilgrim's Progress is one of the best-selling books of all time and holds a unique place in the history of English literature. An allegory of the man named Christian, the book depicts the life of a born-again believer and his struggles and victories through his pilgrimage to heaven. It follows the journey of Christian from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City, a story that has brought comfort and inspiration to millions of believers. The truths of this volume are simple enough for children to understand, and they are equally cherished by adults of all ages. This illustrated edition including two hundred and seventy engravings was first published in 1845.
About John Bunyan:
John Bunyan was a tinker - a fixer of pots, pans, and metal gadgets - a preacher, and a prisoner for his faith. Bunyan wrote Pilgrim's Progress from his prison cell. Translations of this book have appeared in numerous languages.