Introduction to the Complete Works of John Bunyan
Publisher: Wordsearch
Category: Literature

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The main focus of this essay is to study the reasons behind Bunyan's renowned preaching and literary success in spite of the legal, physical, and spiritual obstacles he endured.

“What was the inspiration that made those twelve years an era in English literature, and endowed the Bedford jail with a literary celebrity not inferior to that of the Arno and the Avon? And what was the spell which, after his release, drew constant crowds to the dreamer's spacious chapel in Bedford? It is plain that the discovery of Bunyan's secret, if our analysis be delicate enough to catch and retain for examination a quality so spiritual, would render a most important service to all who, in any capacity, are seeking “to preach the gospel to every creature.””