Bunyan bibliography (1988-2014)

Compiled by Galen K. Johnson, Tabatha Raiees-Dana, Sarah Cory and David Parry.

The 1988–2008 section was published in Bunyan Studies, Vol. 13 (2008–2009) and the 2009 and 2010 sections were published in The Recorder (2010 and 2011). Reproduced with permission.

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Scholarly Editions of Bunyan’s Works

Bunyan, John. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners. Ed. W. R. Owens. Penguin Classics. New York: Penguin Books, 1987, reprint 2006.

Bunyan, John. Grace Abounding with Other Spiritual Autobiographies. Oxford World’s Classics. Ed. John Stachniewski with Anita Pacheco. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Bunyan, John. The Holy War: Annotated Companion to The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. Daniel V. Runyon. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012.

Bunyan, John. The Life and Death of Mr. Badman. Ed. Roger Sharrock and James F. Forrest. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988.

Bunyan, John. The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan, volume IV: A Defence of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith; A Confession of my Faith, and a Reason of my Practice; Differences in Judgment about Water-baptism, no Bar to Communion; Peaceable Principles and True; A Case of Conscience Resolved; Questions About the Nature and Perpetuity of the Seventh-day Sabbath. Ed. T. L. Underwood. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.

Bunyan, John. The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan, volume VII: Solomon’s Temple Spiritualized; The House of the Forest of Lebanon; The Water of Life. Ed. Graham Midgley. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.

Bunyan, John. The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan, volume X: Seasonable Counsel; A Discourse Upon the Pharisee and the Publicane. Ed. Owen C. Watkins. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988.

Bunyan, John. The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan, volume XII: The Acceptable Sacrifice; Last Sermon; An Exposition on the Ten First Chapters of Genesis; Of Justification By an Imputed Righteousness; Paul’s Departure and Crown; Of the Trinity and a Christian; Of the Law and a Christian; A Mapp Shewing the Order & Causes of Salvation & Damnation. Ed. W. R. Owens. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.

Bunyan, John. The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan, volume XIII: Israel’s Hope Encouraged; The Desire of the Righteous Granted; The Saints Privilege and Profit; Christ a Compleat Saviour; The Saints Knowledge of Christ’s Love; Of Antichrist, and His Ruine. Ed. W. R. Owens. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Afterword by F. R. Leavis. Signet Classics. New York: Signet Classics, reprint, 1991.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. N. H. Keeble. Oxford World’s Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. Stuart Sim. Wordsworth Classics of World Literature. London: Wordsworth, 1996.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. W. R. Owens. Oxford World’s Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. Roger Pooley. Penguin Classics. London and New York:  Penguin Books, 2008.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. Cynthia Wall. Norton Critical Edition. New York and London: W. W. Norton, 2009

Reprints of Editions of Bunyan’s Works

Bunyan, John.  The Pilgrim’s Progress, and Other Select Works, of John Bunyan, with Preface and Memoir of the Author.  Green Forest, AR: New Leaf Press, reprint 2005.

Bunyan, John.  The Riches of Bunyan: Selections from the Writings of John Bunyan.  Ed. Ellyn Sanna.  Uhrichsville, OH: Barbour Publishing Company, 1998.

Bunyan, John.  With Rhyme and Reason: The Collected Poems, Songs and Prayers of John Bunyan.  Sydney: Broad Churchman Series, 1993.

Bunyan, John.  The Works of John Bunyan, 3 volumes.  Ed. George Offor.  Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, reprint 1991.

 Translations of Bunyan’s Works

Bunyan, John. Le Voyage du pèlerin, de ce monde à celui qui doit venir. Translated by S. Maerky-Richard. (French translation of The Pilgrim’s Progress.) In Voyages aux pays de nulle part. Ed. Francis Lacassin, 507–747. Paris: Laffont, 1990.

Bunyan, John.  Douhovnata voyna.  Translated by Vladimir Raychinov.  (Bulgarian translation of The Holy War).  Sofia, Bulgaria: Nov Chovek, 2010.

Bunyan, John.  Puteshestvenikut ot tozi sviat do onzi.  Translated by Vladimir Raychinov.  (Bulgarian translation of The Pilgrim’s Progress).  Sofia, Bulgaria: Nov Chovek, 2010.

 Secondary Literature

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Aaron, Melissa. “‘Christiana and her train’: Bunyan and the Alternative Society in the Second Part of The Pilgrim’s Progress.” In Awakening Words: John Bunyan and the Language of Community. Ed. David Gay, James G. Randall, and Arlette Zinck, 169–185. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2000.

Achinstein, Sharon. “Honey from the Lion’s Carcass: Bunyan, Allegory, and the Samsonian Movement.” In Awakening Words: John Bunyan and the Language of Community. Ed. David Gay, James G. Randall, and Arlette Zinck, 51–67. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2000.

Achinstein, Sharon. Literature and Dissent in Milton’s England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Achinstein, Sharon. “John Bunyan and the Politics of Remembrance.” In Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan. Ed. Vera J. Camden, 135–152. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008.

Acker, Elizabeth Anne, “Knowing the Holy: Sanctification and Identity in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Literature.” Ph.D. diss., University of Tennessee, 2012.

Adams, Byron. “To be a Pilgrim: A Meditation on Vaughan Williams and Religion.” Journal of the RVW Society 33 (June 2005): 4–6.

Adams, Robert M. Review of A Tinker and a Poor Man: John Bunyan and His Church, 1628–1688, by Christopher Hill. New York Review of Books 36:3 (2 March 1989): 27–28.

Adamson, Sylvia. “From Empathetic Deixis to Empathetic Narrative: Stylisation and (De)subjectivisation as Processes of Language Change.” In Subjectivity and Subjectivisation: Linguistic Perspectives. Ed. Dieter Stein and Susan Wright, 195–224. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Ahenakaa, Anjov. “Justification and the Christian Life: A Vindication of Bunyan from the Charge of Antinomianism.” Ph.D. diss., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1997.

Aikin, Lucy. The Pilgrim’s Progress Primer. Ames, Iowa: International Outreach, 1999.

Alblas, Jacques B. “The Reception of the Pilgrim’s Progress in Holland during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.” In Bunyan in England and Abroad. Ed. M. van Os and G. J. Schutte, 121–132. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1990.

Alblas, Jacques B. “The Bunyan Collection of the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.” Bunyan Studies 6 (1995/96): 78–84.

Alexander, J. H. “Christ in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Bunyan Studies 1:2 (Spring 1989): 22–29.

Alff, David. “Why No One Can Mend the Slough of Despond.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 54:3 (Fall 2013): 375–392.

Allen, Diogenes. “The Rehabilitation of Pilgrim’s Progress.” Perspectives in Religious Studies 27:1 (Spring 2000): 99–112.

Archer, Robert. “Little Flowers in the Garden: John Bunyan and His Concept of the Church.” Baptist Quarterly 36:6 (April 1996): 280–293.

Arneson, Nancy. Review of John Bunyan’s Grace Abounding and The Pilgrim’s Progress: An Overview of Literary Studies, 1960–1987, by E. Beatrice Batson. Evangelical Quarterly 61 (July 1989): 286–288.

Arneson, Nancy. Review of John Bunyan: Conventicle and Parnassus: Tercentenary Essays, ed. N. H. Keeble. Religion and Literature 23:1 (Spring 1991): 81–86.

Aukeman, Renee Alida. “The Multiple Roles of the Roll in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Dulia et Latria Journal 1 (2008): 65–79.

Austin, Michael. “The Figural Logic of the Sequel and the Unity of The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Studies in Philology 102:04 (Fall 2005): 484–509.

Austin, Michael. “Bunyan’s Book of Ruth: The Typological Structure of the Seventeenth-Century Debate on Women in the Church.” In Religion in the Age of Reason: A Transatlantic Study of the Long Eighteenth Century. Ed. Kathryn Duncan, 83–96. New York, NY: AMS, 2009.

Austin, Michael. New Testaments: Cognition, Closure, and the Figural Logic of the Sequel, 1660–1740. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2011.

Avery, Kevin J. “The Panorama and its Manifestation in American Landscape Painting, 1795–1870.” Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 1995.

Aylmer, Gerald. Review of John Bunyan and His England, 1628–1688, ed. Anne Laurence, W. R. Owens, and Stuart Sim. History Today 4:2 (February 1991): 60–61.

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 Baker, Naomi. “Grace and Favour: Deconstructing Hospitality in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” The Seventeenth Century 27:2 (Summer 2012): 183–211.

Baruth, Philip Edward. “Positioning the (Auto)Biographical Subject: Ideological Fictions of Self in Boswell, Johnson, and John Bunyan.” Ph.D. diss., University of California, Irvine, 1993.

Bates, Linda. “Christ’s Presence through Anamnesis in Seventeenth-Century Nonconformist Writing.” Postgraduate English 13 (2006). Electronic publication, accessible at <http://community.dur.ac.uk/postgraduate.english/ojs/index.php/pgenglish/article/view/52>.

Batson, E. Beatrice. John Bunyan’s Grace Abounding and The Pilgrim’s Progress: An Overview of Literary Studies, 1960–1987. New York: Garland, 1988.

Batson, E. Beatrice. “The Artistry of John Bunyan’s Sermons.” American Baptist Quarterly 7:4 (December 1988): 484–495.

Battista, Fabio. “Spiritual Autobiography in Seventeenth-Century England, 1654–1678.” M.A. thesis, Sapienza Università di Roma, 2012.

Battista, Fabio. “Spiritual Autobiography in Seventeenth-Century England. Trends in Literary History and Criticism, 1948–2012.” Status Quaestionis 3 (2012): 155–180.

Batycki, Donna M. F. “Reveiling and Revealing: Renaissance Poetry and the Mode of Allegory.” Ph.D. diss., University of Calgary, 1992.

Bauer, Matthias. “Bunyan and the Physiognomy of the Wor(l)d.” In Signergy. Eds. C. Jac Conradie, Ronél Johl, Marthinus Beukes, Olga Fischer, and Christina Ljundberg, 193–210. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2010.

Bear, Bethany Joy. “Fantastical Faith: John Bunyan and the Sanctification of Fancy.” Studies in Philology, 109:5 (Fall 2012): 671–701.

Beeke, Joel R. “John Bunyan on Justification.” Puritan Reformed Journal 5:2 (July 2013): 107–130.

Bell, Patricia. “Thomas Bunyan and Mr. Badman.” Bunyan Studies 2:1 (Spring 1990): 46–52.

Bell, Patricia. “Agnes Beaumont of Edworth.” Baptist Quarterly 35:1 (January 1993): 3–17.

Bell, Patricia. “Agnes Beaumont of Edworth.” Bunyan Studies 10 (2001/2002): 7–28.

Bell, Robert H. The Rise of Autobiography in the Eighteenth Century: Ten Experiments in Literary Genre – Augustine, Bunyan, Rousseau, Locke, Hume, Franklin, Gibbon, Sterne, Fielding, Boswell. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2012.

“Bellringing Fear Knocks Latter-day Bunyans Off Feet.” The Australian (5 July 2005): 8.

Belmonte, Kevin Charles. John Bunyan. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2010.

Bennett, Arthur. Review of John Bunyan, by Frank Mott Harrison. Churchman 103:4 (1989): 363–364.

Bennett, Arthur. Calvary’s Hill: The Cross in the Pilgrim’s Progress. East Molesey: Avon, 1994.

Bensick, Carol M. “Hawthorne and His Bunyan.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 19:2 (Spring 1993): 1–10.

Berger, Benjamin Lyle. “Calvinism and the Problem of Suspense in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Bunyan Studies 8 (1998): 28–35.

Bertrandias, Bernadette. “La Porte secrete de l’enfer: Jane Eyre ou l’aporie du Pilgrim’s Progress?” Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry 55:17 (April 2002): 157–167.

Bertsch, Janet. Storytelling in the Works of Bunyan, Grimmelshausen, Defoe and Schnabel. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 2004.

Betteridge, Thomas. “Vernacular Theology.” In Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Ed. Brian Cummings and James Simpson, 188–205. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Blakely, Colin. Great Christian Thinkers: A Beginner’s Guide to Over 70 Leading Theologians through the Ages. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 2000.

Blondel, Jacques. “La Bible de Bunyan.” In Le Grand Siècle et la Bible. Ed. Jean-Robert Armogathe, 581–596. Paris: Beauchesne, 1989.

Bloom, Donald A. “The Idea of Despair in Four Protestant Authors: Spenser, Milton, Bunyan, and Richardson.” Shakespeare and Renaissance Association of West Virginia: Selected Papers 13 (Spring 1988): 66–72.

Bloom, Harold. John Bunyan. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1988.

Bloom, Harold, and Blake Hobby, eds. Bloom’s Literary Themes: Sin and Redemption. New York: Chelsea House/Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2010.

Blyth, Thomas Allen. Memoir of John Jukes Senior Pastor of Bunyan’s Church, Bedford. London: General Books, reprint 2010.

Bøe, Kari Anne. “The Self and Perception of Reality.” Master’s thesis, University of Oslo, 2012.

Bögels, Theo. Review of Johannes Boekholt (1656–1693): The First Dutch Publisher of John Bunyan and Other English Authors, by J. B. H. Alblas. English Studies 70 (3 June 1989): 272–274.

Bogue, David, and James Bennett. History of Dissenters: From the Revolution to the Year 1838: In Three Volumes. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire: Tentmaker Publications, 2000.

Borck, Jim Springer. Review of The Life and Death of Mr. Badman, by John Bunyan, ed. Roger Sharrock and James F. Forrest. Review 12 (1990): 205–211.

Borgogni, Daniele. “Emblems, Emblematics and the Reader in The Pilgrim’s Progress. Textus 11:1 (January–June 1998): 99–118.

Bossy, John. “One More Allegory: Review of A Turbulent, Seditious, and Factious People: John Bunyan and his Church 1628–1688, by Christopher Hill.” Bunyan Studies 2:1 (Spring 1990): 73–80.

Bradburn, Elizabeth. “1620–1700: Mind on the Move.” In The Emergence of Mind: Representations of Consciousness in Narrative Discourse in English. Ed. David Herman, 132–158. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2011.

Bradley, Maureen L. The Pilgrim’s Progress Study Guide. Phillipsburg, N.J.: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1994.

Bradstock, Andrew. “John Bunyan.” In The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature. Ed. Rebecca Lemon, Emma Mason, Jonathan Roberts, and Christopher Rowland, 286–296. Oxford/Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.

Branch, Lori. Rituals of Spontaneity: Sentiment and Secularism from Free Prayer to Wordsworth. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2006.

Bray, Gerald L. “Prayer in the English Reformation.” Reformed Theological Review 71:3 (December 2012): 153–169.

Bray, Gerald. “Prayer in the English Reformation.” Credo 4:4 (November 2014): 24–41.

Branch, Lori. “‘As Blood is Forced Out of Flesh:’ Spontaneity and the Wounds of Exchange in ‘Grace Abounding’ and ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress.’” ELH 74:2 (Summer 2007): 271–299.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. “The Sexed Pilgrim’s Progress.” SEL: Studies in English Literature 32:3 (Summer 1992): 443–460.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. “The Heroine’s Progress: Configurations of Female Bildung from John Bunyan to Jane Rule.” Ph.D. diss. Rutgers University, 1993.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. “Christiana’s Rudeness: Spiritual Authority in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Bunyan Studies 7 (1997): 96–111.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. “Narrative Inversion: The Biblical Heritage of The Well of Loneliness and Desert of the Heart.” Journal of Homosexuality 33:3–4 (1997): 187–206. Simultaneously published in Reclaiming the Sacred: The Bible in Gay and Lesbian Culture. Ed. Raymond-Jean Frontain, 187–206. New York and London: Harrington Park Press, 1997. Revised version in Reclaiming the Sacred: The Bible in Gay and Lesbian Culture, 2nd edition. Ed. Raymond-Jean Frontain, 187–208. New York and London: Harrington Park Press, 2003; reprinted by Routledge, 2011.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. “Desert of the Heart: Jane Rule’s Puritan Outing.” In The Puritan Origins of American Sex: Religion, Sexuality, and Narrative Identity in American Literature. Eds. Tracy Fessenden, Nicholas F. Radel, and Magdalena J. Zaborowska, 235–252. New York: Routledge, 2000.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. Review of Awakening Words: John Bunyan and the Language of Community, ed. David Gay, James G. Randall, and Arlette Zinck. The Recorder 7 (2001): 17–19.

Breen, Margaret Soenser. Review of The Key in the Window: Marginal Notes in Bunyan’s Narratives, by Maxine Hancock. The Recorder 8 (2002): 13–14.

Breen, Margaret Sönser. “Writing Sexuality: Lesbian Novels and the Progress Narrative.” In Narratives of Queer Desire: Deserts of the Heart (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009): 8–41.

Breen, Margaret Sönser. “‘John Bunyan: Conscience, History, and Justice’ – The Seventh Triennial Conference of the International John Bunyan Society, Princeton University, USA, 12–16 August 2013.” Bunyan Studies 17 (2013): 152–155. Reprinted in The Recorder 20 (Spring 2014): 10–12.

Bremer, Francis J., ed. Puritanism: Transatlantic Perspectives on a Seventeenth-Century Anglo-American Faith. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society/Northeastern University Press, 1993.

Breslin, Stephen L. “Blake and Allegory.” Ph.D. diss., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2004.

Breward, Ian. John Bunyan (1628–1688): A Commemorative Symposium, 20 August 1988, Ormond College, University of Melbourne. Melbourne: Uniting Church Historical Society, 1988.

Brown, John. John Bunyan: His Life, Times and Work. London: Hodder & Stoughton, reprint 1994.

Brown, John. “John Bunyan’s Preaching.” Founders Journal 7 (Winter 1992): 4–5.

Brown, John. Puritan Preaching in England: A Study of Past and Present. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Publishers, reprint 2001.

Brown, Kathy. “The Pilgrim’s Path: Sources from Stevington.” The Recorder 13 (2007): 6–10. Reprinted in Texting Bunyan: Essays on Attribution, Influence, and Appropriation from The Recorder, 1999–2008. Ed. Ken Simpson, 69–77. Cuyahoga Falls, OH: Open Latch Publications, 2010.

Brown, Raymond. “Bedfordshire Nonconformist Devotion: Another Look at the Agnes Beaumont Story (1674).” Baptist Quarterly 35:7 (July 1994): 310–323.

Brown, Raymond. Four Spiritual Giants. Eastbourne: Kingsway, 1997.

Brown, Raymond. Giants of the Faith: Classic Christian Writings and the Men Behind Them. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1998.

Brown, Raymond. Spirituality in Adversity: English Non-Conformity in a Period of Repression, 1660–1689. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2012.

Brown, Richard Danson. “Everyman’s Progresses: Louis MacNeice’s Dialogues with Bunyan.” In Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. W. R. Owens and Stuart Sim, 147–164. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007.

Brown, Sylvia. “The Reproductive Word: Gender and Textuality in the Writings of John Bunyan.” Bunyan Studies 11 (2003/2004): 23–45.

Brown, Sylvia. Review of The Portable Bunyan: A Transnational History of The Pilgrim’s Progress, by Isabel Hofmeyr. The Recorder 11 (2005): 8–9.

Brunson, Richard. “Some Thoughts on The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Journal of the RVW Society 38 (March 2007): 14–17.

Budde, Carolin. “The Pilgrim’s Progress, Parts I and II, and the Sense of Audience.” A.L.M. thesis, Harvard University, 1988.

The Bunyan Collection in the Library of the Vrije Universiteit: An Offprint from the Alphabetical Catalogue. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, The Library, Department of Old Books and Manuscripts, 1988.

Burke, Mary. “‘Of that Rank that is Meanest and Most Despised of All:’ Victorian Romany Studies and the Recovery of John Bunyan’s ‘Gypsy’ Origins.” In “Reading Bunyan’s Readers: New Essays on the Reception of The Pilgrim’s Progress: A Special Feature,” in 1650–1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era 13. Ed. Ken Simpson, 245–263. New York: AMS Press, 2006.

Burke, Peter. “The Rhetoric of Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century.” In Touching the Past: Studies in the Historical Sociolinguistics of Ego-Documents. Ed. Marijke J. van der Wal and Gijsbert Rutten, 149–163. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Benjamins, 2013.

Burns, Daniel. “Disgraceful Materialism, Secularisation, and Mediation in John Bunyan’s The Life and Death of Mr. Badman.” Honors thesis, Australian Defence Force Academy, 1988.

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Cahill, Mary, Andy Halpin, Carol Smith, and Stephen d’Arcy. “‘Have you tried the ash pit?’ Excavating Magic in Fairview.” The Recorder 20 (Spring 2014): 16–22.

Calhoun, David B. Grace Abounding: The Life, Books and Influence of John Bunyan. Fearn, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2005.

Camden, Vera J. “Blasphemy and Belief in Grace Abounding.” American Baptist Quarterly 7:4 (December 1988): 460–471.

Camden, Vera J. “Blasphemy and the Problem of the Self in Grace Abounding.” Bunyan Studies 1:2 (Spring 1989): 5–21.

Camden, Vera J., ed. The Narrative of the Persecutions of Agnes Beaumont. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1992.

Camden, Vera J. “‘Most Fit for a Wounded Conscience:’ The Place of Luther’s ‘Commentary on Galations’ in Grace Abounding.” Renaissance Quarterly 50 (1997): 819–49.

Camden, Vera J. “‘That of Esau:’ The Place of Hebrews xii. 16, 17 in Grace Abounding.” In John Bunyan: Reading Dissenting Writing. Ed. N. H. Keeble, 133–164. Bern: Peter Lang, 2002.

Camden, Vera J. Review of Graceful Reading: Theology and Narrative in the Works of John Bunyan, by Michael Davies. Bunyan Studies 12 (2006/2007): 125–127.

Camden, Vera J., ed. Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008.

Camden, Vera J. “Introduction: The Political Progress of John Bunyan.” In Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan. Ed. Vera J. Camden, 1–13. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008.

Camden, Vera J. “Young Man Bunyan.” In Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan. Ed. Vera J. Camden, 41–62. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008.

Camden, Vera J. “John Bunyan and the Goodwives of Bedford: A Psychoanalytic Approach.” In The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan. Ed. Anne Dunan-Page, 51–66. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Camden, Vera J. “The Unbearable Inner Light: John Bunyan’s Controversy with the Quakers.” Bunyan Studies 14 (2010): 34–55.

Campbell, Gordon. “Fishing in Other Men’s Waters: Bunyan and the Theologians.” In John Bunyan: Conventicle and Parnassus. Ed. N. H. Keeble, 137–152. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988.

Campbell, Julie. “Pilgrim’s Progress/Regress/Stasis: Some Thoughts on the Treatment of the Quest in Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress and Beckett’s Mercier and Camier.” Comparative Literature Studies 30:2 (1993): 137–152.

Campbell, Julie. “‘A Mighty Maze of Walks:’ Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress and Beckett’s Molloy.” In Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. Ed. W. R. Owens and Stuart Sim, 165–184. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007.

Campbell, Julie. “Bunyan and Beckett: The Legacy of Pilgrim’s Progress in Mercier and Camier.” Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui: An Annual Bilingual Review/Revue Annuelle Bilingue 22 (2010): 209–221.

Campbell, Julie. “Allegories of Clarity and Obscurity: Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress and Beckett’s Molloy.” Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui 24 (2012): 89–103.

Campbell, Susie. Characters from Pre-20th Century Novels: A Study Collection from the Greatest Novelists. Harlow, Essex: Longman, 1996.

Capp, Bernard. Review of Glimpses of Glory: John Bunyan and English Dissent, by Richard L. Greaves. American Historical Review 109:3 (June 2004): 971–972.

Capp, Bernard. “The Travails of Agnes Beaumont.” In Women, Agency and the Law, 1300–1700. Ed. Bronach Kane and Fiona Williamson, 113–124. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2013.

Capps, Donald. “An Overdue Reunion.” Pastoral Psychology 60:1 (February 2011): 167–177.

Carrington, Paul D. Virtual Civil Litigation: A Visit to John Bunyan’s Celestial City. New York: Columbia Law School, 1998.

Carrive, Lucien. “The Pilgrim’s Progress: Bibliographie.” Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 35 (November 1992): 7–29.

Carvin, Rose-Mae, Edie Cunningham, Frances H. Hertzler, and Karen Weitzel. John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress Visualized. Akron, PA: Bible Visuals International, 2010.

Catalog of the John Bunyan Collection in the Anna Emma Kresge Memorial Library. Lookout Mountain, GA: The Covenant College Library, 1988.

Cavill, Paul, Heather Ward, Matthew Baynham, et al. The Christian Tradition in English Literature: Poetry, Plays, and Shorter Prose. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2007.

Cefalu, Paul. “The Doubting Disease: Religious Scrupulosity and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Historical Context.” Journal of Medical Humanities 31:2 (June 2010): 111–125.

Chalmers, Hero A. Review of John Bunyan: His Life and Times, by Vivienne Evans. Review of English Studies 41:164 (November 1990): 566–567.

Cheever, George Barrell. Lectures on The Pilgrim’s Progress. Grants Pass, OR: SAT Publications, reprinted 2000, 2007.

Cho, Hyunyoung. “Situated Utopias: Imagining Family and Community in Early Modern England.” Ph.D. diss., Rutgers University, 2011.

Cho, Shin Kwon. “The Experience of John Bunyan’s Puritan Life.” Milton Studies: The Journal of Milton Studies in Korea 12:1 (2002): 143–159.

Choi, Jaemin. “John Bunyan as a Dissenter – A Study of Dissenting Literature in the Restoration.” Medieval and Early Modern English Studies 22:1 (2014): 121–141.

Chong, Kenneth. “Enchanting the Reader in The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Bunyan Studies 12 (2006/2007): 70–87.

Christensen, Jacquelyn Youd. “ʻWeigh in the Balance:’ Anna Trapnel, John Bunyan, and Canonization.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 2003.

Christian Biography: Containing the Lives of John Bunyan and Rev. George Herbert. Choteau, MT: Old Paths Gospel Press, reprint 1998.

Chu, Wing-Mui. “A Comparison of Two Pilgrimages to Paradise: John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress and Wu Cheng’en’s Pilgrimage to the West.” Honors thesis, Eckerd College, 1994.

Cirket, Alan F. “The Bunyan Museum, Library, and Free Church, Bedford.” Bunyan Studies 4 (Spring 1991): 70–84.

Clemente, Bill, and Mary Mokris, eds. Proceedings of the Fourth Dakotas/Nebraska Conference on Early British Literature. Peru, NE: Peru State College, 1997.

Colacurcio, Michael J. “Cosmopolitan and Provincial: Hawthorne and the Reference of American Studies.” Studies in the Novel 23:1 (Spring 1991): 3–19.

Collé-Bak, Nathalie. “La destinée iconographique de The Pilgrim’s Progress de John Bunyan du XVIIe siècle au début du XIXe siècle: Répétitions, variations en chaîne et mutations.” Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 53 (November 2001): 201–232.

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