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  1. 1. THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS JOHN BUNYAN
  2. 2. John Bunyan Born : 28 November 1628 Elstow, Bedfordshire, England Occupation : Writer, preacher Major Works : The Pilgrim’s Progress, The Holy War Died : 31 August 1688 (aged 59) London, England
  3. 3. SUMMARY • The Pilgrim’s Progress tells of Christian's pilgrimage from his home to the Celestial City, and of his experiences and adventures on his journey. • The author defends the story he is about to tell, which is framed as a dream. He explains that he fell asleep in the wilderness and dreamed of a man named Christian, who was tormented by spiritual anguish.
  4. 4. Christian had a book, the Bible, in hand and a great burden, the weight of worldly cares and concerns, on back. By the guidance of the Bible, Christian wants to leave his hometown, the City of Destruction.
  5. 5. • A spiritual guide named Evangelist visits Christian and urges him to leave the City of Destruction. Evangelist claims that salvation can only be found in the Celestial City, known as Mount Zion.  His wife, children and neighbors all refuse to go with him except his friend Pliable.
  6. 6.  On their way, they falls into a bog called the Slough of Despond, but they saved. But Pliable retreats after they meet the difficulties in Slough Despond. Christian alone goes on.  He meets Worldly Wiseman, who urges him to lead a practical, happy existence without religion. Refusing, Christian is sheltered in Goodwill’s house. Then he continue the journey together through many adventures.
  7. 7.  Christian meets the monster Apollyon, who tries to kill him. Christian is armed, and he strikes Apollyon with a sword.  Appolyon is the symbol of devil.  Christian meets Faithful, a traveler from his hometown. Faithful and Christian are joined by a third pilgrim, Talkative, whom Christian spurns.  Evangelist arrives and warns Faithful and Christian about the wicked town of Vanity, which they will soon enter. Evangelist foretells that either Christian or Faithful will die in Vanity.
  8. 8. • The two enter Vanity and visit its famous fair. They resist temptation and are mocked by the townspeople. Eventually the citizens of Vanity imprison Christian and Faithful for mocking their local religion. Faithful defends himself at his trial and is executed, rising to heaven after death. Christian is remanded to prison but later escapes and continues his journey.
  9. 9.  Another fellow pilgrim named Hopeful befriends Christian on his way. They crossed so many places like Lucre, By-Path Meadow, Doubting Castle, The Delectable Mountains and faced so many dangers. At last Christian and Hopeful gleefully approach the land of Beulah.
  10. 10. The Land of Beulah The Celestial City Is located in the country of beulah. This country was on the border of heaven and so the shining ones could be seen walking there. The landscape teems with flowers and fruit, and the travelers are refreshed. To reach the gate into the city, they must first cross a river without a bridge.
  11. 11.  Christian was very much afraid. But Hopeful was not so much afraid as Christian. Christian nearly drowns, but Hopeful reminds him of Christ’s love, and Christian emerges safely from the water.  Thus they reached the other end of river they lose the body and are transfigured.
  12. 12. The residents of the Celestial City joyously welcome the two pilgrims.

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