Sharon Pollock | Critical Essay by Geeta Budhiraja

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Sharon Pollock.
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Critical Essay by Geeta Budhiraja

SOURCE: Budhiraja, Geeta. “A Glimpse of Canada in India.” Canadian Theatre Review, no. 105 (winter 2001): 24-26.

In the following essay, Budhiraja discusses a production of Generations in India and details how the Indian audience related to the Canadian drama.

M.S. University Baroda, in the state of Gujarat, has the distinction of having produced two Canadian plays, Sharon Pollock's Generations and George F. Walker's Love and Anger. These productions were sponsored by the Indian Association of Canadian Studies (IACS), which has, from its inception, organized seminars and workshops on different aspects of Canadian studies, including multiculturalism, interdisciplinarity and postcolonialism. Comparative studies on Indian-Canadian works have also been popular themes because they facilitate establishing cultural and social similarities between the two countries. In the winter of 1994, the Center for Canadian Studies, M.S. University, organized a month-long workshop...

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