Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Bunyan / edited by Anne Dunan-Page.
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Notes on contributors; List of abbreviations; Note on the text; Chronology; Introduction Anne Dunan-Page; Part I. John Bunyan in his Seventeenth-Century Context: 1. John Bunyan's literary life N. H. Keeble; 2. John Bunyan and Restoration literature Nigel Smith; 3. John Bunyan and the Bible W. R. Owens; 4. John Bunyan and the goodwives of Bedford: a psychoanalytic approach Vera J. Camden; Part II. John Bunyan's Major Works: 5. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: John Bunyan and spiritual autobiography Michael Davies; 6. The Pilgrim's Progress and the line of allegory Roger Pooley; 7. Bunyan and the early novel: The Life and Death of Mr. Badman Stuart Sim; 8. Militant religion and politics in The Holy War David Walker; 9. A Book for Boys and Girls: Or, Country Rhimes for Children: Bunyan and literature for children Shannon Murray; Part III. Readership and Reception: 10. Posthumous Bunyan: early lives and the development of the canon Anne Dunan-Page; 11. The Victorians and Bunyan's legacy Emma Mason; 12. Bunyan: colonial, postcolonial Isabel Hofmeyr; Further reading; Index.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Christianity and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Christian literature, English -- History and criticism.
Dissenters, Religious, in literature.
Puritan movements in literature.
Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Appreciation.
Bunyan, John, -- 1628-1688 -- Influence.