This is a D.Phil thesis by Sean Walsh, submitted to the University of Oxford’s Faculty of English Language and Literature in 2001. Its title is ‘Our Lineal Descents and Clans’: John Dryden’s Fables, Ancient and Modern and the 1690s
It was supervised by Professor Isabel Rivers; the internal examiner was Professor AD Nuttall of New College and the external was Professor David Hopkins of Bristol University.
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