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    Rosmersholm. Rosmersholm ( pronounced [ˈrɔ̀sməʂˌhɔɫm]) is a play written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen in Danish —the common written language of Denmark and Norway at the time—and originally published in 1886 in Copenhagen by the Danish publisher Gyldendal. Rosmersholm has been described as one of Ibsen's darkest, most ...

    • Henrik Ibsen
    • Johannes Rosmer, Rebecca West, Professor Kroll, Ulrik Brendel, Peder Mortensgaard, Mrs. Helseth
    • 1886
    • Rosmer's Manor
  2. Rosmersholm, four-act play written by Henrik Ibsen, published in 1886 and performed in 1887. The play’s plot revolves around ex-parson Johannes Rosmer, a representative of high ethical standards, and his housekeeper, the adventuress Rebecca West. Both are haunted by the spirit of Rosmer’s late

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  3. May 3, 2019 · It is also rarely revived but Ian Rickson’s breathtaking production does justice to its passion and politics, and boasts stellar performances from Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke. They richly ...

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  5. Rosmersholm by Henrik Ibsen, set in a small town in Norway, is the story of a well-respected man named Rosmer who recently lost his wife, Beata, to suicide.Beata’s close friend, Rebecca moved in ...

  6. Sep 6, 2023 · Rosmersholm is a play about freedom, but not just the freedom to come and go as someone pleases. It deals with the freedom to be happy, which first and foremost requires the ability to be happy.

  7. Lethal White: Ibsen’s ‘Rosmersholm’. There are at least five good reasons that serious readers of J. K. Rowling should read Ibsen’s Rosmersholm, read it closely, listen to it in performance, and take notes. By making it the source of every chapter epigraph in ‘Robert Galbraith’s’ Lethal White, the centerpiece of the Cormoran ...

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