A New Pilgrim's Progress Purported to be Given By John Bunyan, Through an Impressional Medium

TitleA New Pilgrim's Progress Purported to be Given By John Bunyan, Through an Impressional Medium
Year for Search1877
AuthorsDeakin, Alfred(1856-1919)
Date Published1877
PublisherW.H. Terry
Place PublishedMelbourne, VIC, Australia
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

Standard religious allegory including a number of eutopian and dystopian regions. After leaving the dystopias brought on by the passions, the pilgrim makes his way along the road of Progress to the City of Reason, which could be positive or negative, depending on the person. As the city grew and spread it had slowly eliminated the negative aspects and the dystopian areas faded.

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Author Note

The author (1856-1919) was Prime Minister of Australia 1903-04, 1905-08, and 1909-10.

Full Text

1877 Deakin, Alfred (1856-1919). A New Pilgrim’s Progress Purported to be Given By John Bunyan, Through an Impressional Medium. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: W. H. Terry. A, M

Standard religious allegory including a number of eutopian and dystopian regions. After leaving the dystopias brought on by the passions, the pilgrim makes his way along the road of Progress to the City of Reason, which could be positive or negative, depending on the person. As the city grew and spread it had slowly eliminated the negative aspects and the dystopian areas faded. The author was Prime Minister of Australia 1903-04, 1905-08, and 1909-10.