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by John Bunyan

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Election, Dialogue-Wise, in The Pilgrim�s Progress
http://www.marshall.edu/english/OVSC/SR1997.html#Election, Dialogue-Wise
This paper explains that “on a longer view, on the level of both form and doctrine, dialogue is integral to Bunyan�s book.”
Contains: Content Analysis,
Author: R. R. McCutcheon
From: Selected Papers of the West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance Association Volume 20, 1997
The Pedagogical Impulse in The Pilgrim’s Progress
The author, an Associate Professor of English at Dallas Baptist University, argues that Bunyan’s “detailed attention to ensuring that hearers were taught is evident in The Pilgrim’s Progress.”
Author: Deborah McCollister

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