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To mark the tercentenary of the death of John Bunyan, this volume brings together twelve essays treating aspects of his life, thought and writing from a 20th century perspective. The essays explore the diversity of Bunyan's achievement in his homiletic, doctrinal, controversial and autobiographical works as well as in the better-known allegories. They include historical and contextual discussions of Bunyan's relationship with puritanism, nonconformity, the press and Restoration culture and style, explications of his Christian teaching, doctrine and Biblical indebtness, critical analyses of his literary technique and fictional method and a survey of the history of Bunyan's reputation.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0198128339