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For over three hundred years the story of The
Pilgrim's Progress has fascinated readers young and old alike with its vivid
portrayal of the joys, trials, and tribulations of Christian and his companions,
Faithful and Hopeful, in their journeys to the Celestial City. Here his
initial setting out from the City of Destruction; his visit with the Interpreter;
clash with Apollyon, the Prince of evil; their encounters with a variety
of false Pilgrims; the trials and tribulations of Vanity Fair; the capture
and imprisonment of Christian and Hopeful by Giant Despair; their enlightening
visit with the Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains; hazardous crossing
of the River of Death; and entrance into the Celestial City are all described
in one syllable words for readers young and old alike. The easy to read
text, faithful to John Bunyan's original story, combined with the beautiful
full color 19th century etchings of H. C. Selous and M. Paolo Priolo will
make this book a delight for a new generation of readers of all ages.
*Contains 39 Full color etchings from the 1800's (6" X 9" & 6" X 6")
*Faithful to John Bunyan's original work
*Text is in one syllable words (except for proper and place names which are hypenated)
*By Mary Godolphin & William C. Nichols (over 40% of the text is new and has been added to a newly revised Godolphin version first published in the 1800's)
*Great for children of all ages
*104 pages with large print - one copy $15.95 postpaid
*5 copies for $57.50 postpaid -- 10 copies for $93.50 postpaid
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