Dangerous journey / this arrangement of Pilgrim's Progress made by Oliver Hunkin ; illustrations by Alan Parry.Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Copyright date: ©1985Edition: Seventeenth printingDescription: Hardcover. 126 pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cmContent type: text Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9780802836199 (hardcover)Uniform titles: Dangerous journey (Television program) | Pilgrim's progress. Selections. Subject(s): Christian life -- Juvenile fiction | AllegoriesOnline resources: Amazon.com about this book. | GoodReads.com about this book. | Wikipedia about John Bunyan. | Read the original classic online at Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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Seventeenth printing. Manufactured in KWF Pringing Ptd Ltd, Singapore, in April 2010.
First published 1985 by Marshall Morgan & Scott in association with Channel Four Television Company Limited and Yorkshire Television Limited.
Worldwide coedition organized and produced by Lion Hudson plc, Oxford, England.
Yorkshire Television would like to thank the Dulverton Trust and the S.P.C.K. for helping to make this project possible.- -Title page verso.
The slough of despond -- The interpreter's house -- The hill difficulty -- The fight with Apollyon -- The valley of the shadow of death -- Vanity fair -- Doubting castle -- The dark river -- Christiana's story.
The timeless story of Pilgrim's Progress, which was first written in 1676 while John Bunyan was in prison, is told again for another generation. This version, prepared for the TV series Dangerous Journey, uses the original words of John Bunyan, carefully selected by Oliver Hunkin to present a gripping narrative. Brilliantly illustrated throughout in full color by Alan Parry.--Back cover