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Bessai, Diane. Introduction to Blood Relation and Other Plays by Sharon Pollock, NeWest Press, 1981, p 8.

Gilbert, S R. "Sharon Pollock" in Contemporary Dramatists, edited by James Vinson, St Martin's Press, 1983, pp 642-45.

Knowles, Richard Paul. "Sharon Pollock Personal Frictions" in Atlantic Provinces Book Review, February-March, 1987, p. 19

Mombourquette, Mary Pat "Blood Relations" in the International Encyclopedia of Theatre, Volume 1: The Plays, edited by Mark Dady-Hawkins, St James Press (Detroit), 1992, pp 71-72.

Nunn, Robert C "Performing Fact: Canadian Documentary Theatre" in Canadian Literature, Winter, 1984, pp 51-56.

Pollock, Sharon. "Canada's Playwrights. Finding Their Place" in Canadian Theatre Review, Spnng, 1982, pp. 34-38

Saddlemyer, Ann. "Crime in Literature Canadian Drama" in Rough Justice, Essays on Crime in Literature, edited by M L Friedland, University of Toronto Press, 1991, pp 214-30.

St. Pierre, Paul Matthew, "Sharon Pollock" in Canadian Writers since I960, second series, edited by W H New, Gale (Detroit), 1987, pp. 300-06.

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