Beza, Theodore; Polanus, Amandus; & Turretin, Francis
John Bunyan's timeless allegory THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS has rightly been claimed as a literary masterpiece. No other book has been read more, apart from The Bible. It was an immediate success when it was first published in 1678 and has since become a world classic having been translated into more than 200 languages. THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS has touched the hearts of multitudes.Here is the simple story, told with inimitable charm, of Christian's journey from the City of Destruction (this world) to the Celestial City (Heaven). This is a replica of the Charles Foster 1891 edition. It contains 170 illustrations.