The Cambridge companion to Bunyan

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Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, New York
Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Criticism and interpretation, Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Appreciation, Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Influence, Christianity and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century, Christian literature, English -- History and criticism, Dissenters, Religious, in literature, Puritan movements in liter
Statementedited by Anne Dunan-Page.
SeriesCambridge companions to literature
ContributionsDunan-Page, Anne.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3332 .C36 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23994788M
ISBN 139780521515269, 9780521733083
LC Control Number2009054023

Other chapters assess Bunyan's importance for the development of allegory, life-writing, the early novel and children's literature. This Companion provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to an author with an assured and central place in English literature.

The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan - edited by Anne Dunan-Page June () is proud to have both read and enjoyed Bunyan's allegory (the only book her devout aunts let her read on Sundays), Huckleberry Finn famously judged that the allegory is 'about a man that left his family, it didn't say why.

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This Companion considers all his major texts, including. the cambridge companion to bunyan John Bunyan was a major figure in seventeenth-century Puritan literature, and one deeply embroiled in the religious upheavals of his times.

This Companion considers all his major texts, including The Pilgrim’s Progress and his autobio-graphy Grace Abounding. The essays, by leading Bunyan scholars, place these. The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Share your thoughts Complete your review.

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Anne Dunan-Page, editor. Cambridge University Press. [pounds sterling] (US$). xix + pages. ISBN This companion sets out not just to discuss Bunyan's works but to disentangle his life.

This Companion provides a comprehensive introduction to John Bunyan's life and works, written in a clear accessible way for students and general readers.

The authors deal with all his major works and discuss the key issues, examining their place in the broader context of seventeenth-century history and literature.5/5(1). Buy The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan (Cambridge Companions to Literature) by Dunan-Page, Anne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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To this end, Bunyan’s A Book for Boys and Girls () included an alphabet and numerical tables to help children learn to read and to count (B&G, pp. ─6). Puritan writers were especially anxious to reach the socially disadvantaged and. The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan. By Anne Dunan-Page.

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'Puritan' was originally a term of contempt, and 'Puritanism' has often been stereotyped by critics and admirers alike. As a distinctive and particularly intense variety of early modern Reformed Protestantism, it was a product of acute tensions within the post-Reformation Church of England.

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The first chapter of this Cambridge Companion, “John Bunyan’s literary life”, by N.H. Keeble, usefully presents the political and cultural context of Bunyan’s life and writing.

Keeble explains how “the most improbable of authors” [13], a man from an uneducated background in a rigidly hierarchical society, managed to publish.

Owens, W.R. John Bunyan and the Bible. In: Dunan-Page, Anne ed. The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan. Cambridge Companions to Literature. John Bunyan (bŭn´yən), –88, English author, b.

Elstow, Bedfordshire. After a brief period at the village free school, Bunyan learned the tinker's trade, which he followed intermittently throughout his life.

Joining the parliamentary army inhe served until. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World, to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John is regarded as one of the most significant works of religious, theological fiction in English literature.

It has been translated into more than languages, and has never been out of : John Bunyan.Similarly, John Spurr, in his book on English Puritanism, has an introductory section on “Defining Puritans.”3 Other books that draw our attention to the problem of definition include The Cambridge Companion to Puritanism and Puritanism: A Very Short IntroductionThe Cambridge Companion to Bunyan.

Cambridge Companions to Literature, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Keywords: Bunyan, John Early Modern Literature Puritanism Book history: Issue Date: Jun Series/Report no.: Cambridge Companions to Literature: Abstract: First paragraph: Bunyan might be thought the most improbable of : Neil Keeble.