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I read this modern version with my students for Brit. Lit. (just read Part One, “Christian’s Journey”)
I didn’t like it as much as the original, but I was surprised at how accessible the language was, while retaining much of the force of the original.
First thing I would like to say is I have only read the first part of this book. I don’t plan on reading part two because I didn’t enjoy it as much. Again this book is based on Christian religion, so remember that if you decide to read it. Pilgrims Progress is about the struggles of a Christian to get to the Celestial City. It is the journey of one man, and many other pilgrims along the way. In my opinion it wasn’t the greatest, but it’s a great for passing time.
The general plot of this story
I do my reviews in the form of a letter, which is why they are written like this.
Dear John Bunyan,
I’ll admit, this was better than I expected. It might have helped a little that the one that I had was translated into a more modern English.
For an allegory, this works really well. Christian is a good character. He’s like an actual Christian. He’s zealous for Jesus, he loves others, but he also messes up and fails every once in a while. His journey is really cool to decipher. Each character and