Pilgrim's Progress

on the Pilgrim's Progress

why do the pilgrims have to pass through the town of Vanity?

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The town of vanity is a place of temptation; it symbolizes the base desires of humanity. The pilgrims must pass this way to reach their destination. Temptation and turning from temptations will effect what happens next.