Academic journal article Bunyan Studies

Editorial

Academic journal article Bunyan Studies

Editorial

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This is a particularly rich and wide-ranging number of Bunyan Studies. In addition to four essays on Bunyan - by Jeremy Tambling, Nathalie CoUé-Bak, Barry Hall, and Tuija Laine - we are pleased also to include essays on Milton, by David Walker, on Jeremy Taylor, by David Gay, and on Mark Rutherford, by Vincent Newey. This last may serve as a foretaste of what is planned to be a special number of Bunyan Studies to mark the centenary in 2013 of the death of the novelist William Hale White, better known by his literary pseudonym 'Mark Rutherford'. White was brought up in Bedford as a member of the 'Old Meeting', and his John Bunyan (1905) remains a valuable study. A symposium, 'William Hale White ('Mark Rutherford'): 100 Years On' will be held at Dr Williams's Library in London on 22 June 2013. Speakers will include Rosemary Ashton, Roger Pooley, Valentine Cunningham, Nicholas Jacobs, Michael Brealey, Max Saunders and Mark Crees. For details, please visit ht tp://www. concentric. net/~djfrench/.

As we go to press, two major Bunyan events are being planned for 2013, and are described in the News and Reports section. …

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