Sharon Pollock Essays
Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Pollock’s Blood Relations Similarities and Differences in the Female Leads College
A Doll’s House written by Henry Ibsen, a play set in the 1870’s in Norway and Blood Relations written by Sharon Pollock, a play set in the 1890’s in America both have a strong female lead who are faced with situations uncommon today. The...
“I Was Born Defective”: What It Means to Be a Woman in Sharon Pollock's Blood Relations
<blockquote>“Regardless of what we might think of our gender, we can only live that gender through the body we have.”</blockquote>
Throughout Sharon Pollock’s play <i>Blood Relations</i>, the plotline focuses on the life of...