John Bunyan John Bunyan, the "Immortal Tinker", was born at Elstow, near Bedford, in 1628, and died suddenly of a violent fever at Snow Hill in 1688. John Bunyan had over 60 published works, but his most famous is undoubtedly The Pilgrim's Progress, and it has been said it is second only to the Bible in number of copies sold through the ages.
Other Works [34]  
The Pilgrim's Progress [5]  
About John Bunyan Short description of Bunyan's arrest, and discusses briefly why he did not choose to flee from certain imprisonment.
A Memoir on John Bunyan Written by Rev. George Cheever in 1861, it is a detailed analysis of Bunyan's life.
A Timeline Chronicling the Life of John Bunyan Chronicles some of the events in John Bunyan's life that can be established by dates, giving an overview of his extraordinary life.
Bunyan Country A brief description of Bunyan's association with Bedford and a photograph of his statue there.
Christian Allegory in the 17th Century: A Comparison of George Herbert and John Bunyan A scholarly essay studying characteristics of Christian allegory in the 17th century by comparing excerpts from Bunyan and Herbert.
Creative Quotations from John Bunyan A selection of inspirational quotes from Bunyan's works.
Glimpses: John Bunyan An interesting assortment of information about Bunyan, including a bio and "fascinating facts".
John Bunyan A detailed biography of Bunyan's life, looking at his character and beliefs.
John Bunyan on the Sabbath Scholarly essay assessing Bunyan's theories about a Sabbath day.
John Bunyan 1628-1688 A brief biography of Bunyan's life.
John Bunyan 1628-1688 Selection of quotes from Bunyan's works.
John Bunyan's Life and Works A short biography looking at the influences in Bunyan's life on his writing.
More About John Bunyan A short essay on the circumstances of Bunyan's imprisonment.
The Grave of John Bunyan Photographs of Bunyan's grave at Bunhill Fields, London.
The International John Bunyan Society The society exists to foster scholarship about Bunyan, his contemporaries and his historical influence.
The John Bunyan Page Access to the texts of some of Bunyan's works, plus a bibliography.
The Life of John Bunyan The text of this work available to download in a variety of formats.