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Sharon Pollock

Sharon Pollock

Essays On Her Works

By Anna Nothof

This collection of essays is the first book on Sharon Pollock's work, a career which spans over thirty years and several cities. Essays by Anne F. Nothof, Malcolm Page, Robert Nunn, Diane Bessai, Susan Stratton, Heidi Holder, Craig Stewart Walker, and Kathy Chung. Sharon Pollock became the most controversial playwright in Canada with her plays.


Guernica Editions (Essential Writers Series)


92 pages |

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Anne F. Nothof teaches at Athabasca University, Edmonton. Her interests include feminist, Native, and post-colonial literatures. Her essay on ethnicity in Canadian drama was published in Siting the Other: Re-visions of Marginality in Australian and English-Canadian Drama (Peter Lang 2001). Her essay on humanism in Canadian drama was published in Crucible of Cultures: Anglophone Drama at the Dawn of a New Millennium (Peter Lang 2002).