Publisher Description

A book of old portraits and modern sketches that depicts the literature. This book, as well as Pilgrim's Progress, was written in Bedford prison, and was designed especially for the comfort and edification of his "children, whom God had counted him worthy to beget in faith by his ministry." In his introduction he tells them, that, although taken from them, and tied up, "sticking, as it were, between the teeth of the lions of the wilderness," he once again, as before, from the top of Shemer and Hermon, so now, from the lion's den and the mountain of leopards, would look after then with fatherly care and desires for their everlasting welfare.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1892
September 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
280
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
189.5
KB

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