Revelation is one of the most difficult, widely-debated books of the Bible. The late nineteenth and early twentieth century saw a renewed interest in the study of Bible prophecy and especially the book of Revelation. E. W. Bullinger's Commentary on Revelation (first published in 1902 under the title The Apocalypse or, The Day of the Lord), approaches the text of Revelation from a dispensational viewpoint, but seeks to provide a full analysis of the structure and linguistic features of the book. Included are schematic outlines of the text as well as a translation by the author fro the Greek text. Bullinger interacts with issues arising from a comparison of various ancient manuscripts of Revelation in order to provide an understanding of the text that is linguistically, and biblically accurate.