The narrator speaks briefly in the first person at the beginnings of Part I and Part II but then quickly moves into a third-person account of the pilgrims in which their stories are told objectively, as an outside observer would perceive their actions. Once in a while the narrator becomes omniscient and explains the emotional states of the characters.
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Literature at its finest
The pantheon of Christian works undoubtedly includes Pilgrim's Progress. Considering the depth of impact that it had on several centuries of believers, it also ranks as one of the more influential allegories ever crafted.
The Pilgrims Progress
A very good book, a little bit of a hard read but well worth the effort. A wonderful portrayal of one's journey from nature to grace and then to Heaven.