A changing hero: the relevance of Bunyan's Pilgrim and The Pilgrim's Progress through three centuries of children's literature

The Pilgrim's Progress is accepted in the canon of children's literature due to its early adoption by child readers and because of its outstanding qualities. This thesis explores some possible reasons for the work's popularity and longevity. A New Historicist approach suggests the rel...

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Main Author: Mary Trim
Format: Default Thesis
Published: 1998
Online Access:https://hdl.handle.net/2134/6770
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