Pilgrim's Progress
Pilgrim's progress in the heavenly country and a spiritual country: an Allegorical tale for an explanation, and 105 paintings / Translation from English by Y. D. Z. Bunyan, John
1881. SPb.
Second revised edition. Printing and chromolithograph Transhel A.. [2], 198, II, [4], 149, IV, [2], 218, IV p., 105 illustrations not included in pagination. 26х18, see John Bunyan (1628-1688), an English writer, a Protestant preacher. The famous essay, "pilgrim's progress" was written in the prison in which Bunyan came for covert sermons. Also, the book includes the second part of the essay – "Christiana and her children", which describes the journey of a Christian wife and their children. As the third part included the allegory of "Spiritual warfare and victory over the king Shaddai Diavolos". Unlike the first two parts containing descriptions of the external enemies of the human soul, "Spiritual warfare" indicates internal enemies. Tselnokozhanom in fine modern binding with gold and color stamping on the covers and spine, with doublures. On the title page the stamp of the library of the Moscow theological Academy. SS. 59-60 torn at the edge. On the pages of Fox spots that do not impede reading. The safety is good. Rare, lavishly illustrated edition in the Deluxe binding
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