Introduction (Critical Survey of Drama, Second Revised Edition)
Until the late twentieth century, almost all Canadian literature appeared to be self-restricted to a severely circumscribed range of subjects and themes, forms, and language. The daring and inventiveness of such fiction writers as Alice Munro, Margaret Laurence, Mordecai Richler, and Margaret Atwood, however, have helped Canadian literature, including drama, achieve a new level of mature confidence.
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