Academic journal article Bunyan Studies

Editorial

Academic journal article Bunyan Studies

Editorial

Article excerpt

This special number of Bunyan Studies marks the centenary in 2013 of the death of the novelist William Hale White, better known by his literary pseudonym 'Mark Rutherford'. In his editor's Introduction, Bob Owens explains why it is highly appropriate that Hale White be commemorated in a journal devoted to Bunyan and Nonconformist culture. A wellattended symposium, 'William Hale White ('Mark Rutherford'): 100 Years On' was held at Dr Williams's Library in London on 22 June 2013, and essays by Mark Crees, Valentine Cunningham, Nicholas Jacobs, Roger Pooley, Max Saunders, and Jean-Michel Yvard included here were given as papers at that event. The symposium was organised by the Mark Rutherford Society; for details of its activities and interests, please visit http://www.concentric.net/~difrench/

Also in this number, Margaret Sönser Breen reports on the Seventh Triennial Conference of the International John Bunyan Society, held at Princeton University in August 2013. This notably successful and enjoyable conference was organised by IJBS President, Nigel Smith. …

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