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City of Destruction (The)

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This world, or rather, the world of the unconverted. Bunyan makes Christian flee from the “City of Destruction” and journey to the “Celestial City,” by which he allegorises the “walk of a Christian” from conversion to death.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Cist (Greek kistê, Latin cista)
Cist Urn (A)
Cistercians
Citadel (A)
Cities
Citizen King (The)
City (A)
City College (The)
City of Bells (The)
City of David (The)
City of Destruction (The)
City of God (The)
City of Lanterns (The)
City of Palaces (The)
City of Refuge (The)
City of St. Michael (The)
City of Saints
City of the Great King (The)—i.e
City of the Seven Hills (The)
City of the Sun (The)
City of the Violet Crown

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City of Destruction