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The allegory that is best known in English literature is Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan, a book that has been read by millions of persons both young and old. In this book, the hero is a man named Christian, but the idea is the fact that man is always looking for goodness, and God, and is trying to be as religious as he should be. The other characters in this book stand for ideas in the same way. Another famous old English allegory, which is not very often read today but is still studied in schools, is the story of Everyman; this was usually put on as a play rather than as a story to be read. Some of the fables of Aesop and other writers may be thought of as allegories if you consider the animals to stand for ideas, for example, the fox standing for cleverness, the bee for thrift, and the owl for wisdom.