Sharon Pollock | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Terry Goldie

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Sharon Pollock.
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Critical Review by Terry Goldie

SOURCE: Goldie, Terry. “Playing with the Margins.” Canadian Literature, nos. 161-62 (summer-autumn 1999): 203-05.

In the following review, Goldie compares and contrasts Pollock's Fair Liberty's Call with the works of two other prominent Canadian playwrights.

My title is a somewhat oblique reference to Robert Wallace's excellent study of Canadian theatre, Producing Marginality. This might seem strange given that with a few possible exceptions, such as George F. Walker, these three are as close to canonical as Canadian playwrights get. But as a colleague pointed out to me a few days ago, the genre of drama is one margin which has not become trendy in literary circles. There might now be courses in gender, race, ethnicity and sexual orientation but dramatic literature is as far from the core of the average English department curriculum as...

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