Part I. Scene 20. Dawn of Day Over the Valley of the Shadow Of Death, (painting)
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"So he went on, and called to him that was before, but he knew not what to answer, for that he also thought himself to be alone. and by and by the day broke: then said Christian, he hath 'turned the shadow of death into the morning.' " New morning being come, he looked back, not out of desire to return, but to see, by the light of day, what hazards he had gone through in the dark; so he saw more perfectly the ditch that was on the one hand, and the quag that was on the other; also how narrow the way was which led betwixt them both." [P. 14-15.]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bunyan Tableaux. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street, 1867.