Rosmersholm

Rosmersholm Considered by many critics as Ibsen s masterpiece Rosmersholm is the story of Johannes Rosmer a former clergyman and owner of the title estate Rosmersholm When Rosmer intends to use his position in

  • Title: Rosmersholm
  • Author: Henrik Ibsen Robert Farquharson Sharp
  • ISBN: 9781420931389
  • Page: 203
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  • Considered by many critics as Ibsen s masterpiece, Rosmersholm is the story of Johannes Rosmer, a former clergyman and owner of the title estate Rosmersholm When Rosmer intends to use his position in the community to help the newly elected reformist government his ruling class brethren turn against him A series of tragic consequences ensue in this classic drama of sociConsidered by many critics as Ibsen s masterpiece, Rosmersholm is the story of Johannes Rosmer, a former clergyman and owner of the title estate Rosmersholm When Rosmer intends to use his position in the community to help the newly elected reformist government his ruling class brethren turn against him A series of tragic consequences ensue in this classic drama of social and political change.

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  • Henrik Ibsen Robert Farquharson Sharp

    Henrik Johan Ibsen was a major Norwegian playwright largely responsible for the rise of modern realistic drama He is often referred to as the father of modern drama Ibsen is held to be the greatest of Norwegian authors and one of the most important playwrights of all time, celebrated as a national symbol by Norwegians.His plays were considered scandalous to many of his era, when Victorian values of family life and propriety largely held sway in Europe and any challenge to them was considered immoral and outrageous Ibsen s work examined the realities that lay behind many facades, possessing a revelatory nature that was disquieting to many contemporaries.Ibsen largely founded the modern stage by introducing a critical eye and free inquiry into the conditions of life and issues of morality Victorian era plays were expected to be moral dramas with noble protagonists pitted against darker forces every drama was expected to result in a morally appropriate conclusion, meaning that goodness was to bring happiness, and immorality pain Ibsen challenged this notion and the beliefs of his times and shattered the illusions of his audiences.

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  • bbc/programmes/b088j46zDescription: Rebekka West, the visionary, passionate heroine of 'Rosmersholm' inspired the English novelist to adopt that name. Ibsen's most complex play sees a society in turmoil through the lens of pastor John Rosmer and Rebekka, his social-revolutionary companion. Rosmer is recovering from the suicide of his unstable wife, Beata. Now Rebekka, replacing her in his affections, urges him to surrender his privileged place in conservative Norwegian society. A local elite plo [...]


  • ایبسن آشوبگرایایبسن را با مرغابی وحشی شناختم. هشت نه سال پیش. دورۀ کارشناسی. یک نسخه‌اش در کتابخانۀ کانون ادبی بود که بین همۀ بچه‌ها چرخیده بود و همه ایبسن را تحسین می‌کردیم. هم به خاطر آثارش و هم به خاطر دیدگاه‌های سیاسی و اجتماعی منحصر به فرد و بدبینانه‌اش. به خاطر دارم مرغ [...]


  • Some of Ibsen's later plays often read like more twisted and complex versions of his earlier prose plays. Hence John Gabriel Borkman reads like The Pillars of Society, and Hedda Gabler offers another take on A Doll's House.In the case of Rosmersholm, we have a loose reinterpretation of Ghosts. The plot and characters are radically different, but the theme is the same - progressive characters struggling and failing to overcome the ghosts of the past, both their own historical past and the outdate [...]


  • Ibsen's plays are a problem for me. They never appeal to me as much as I would like to, although they have a lot that should make me like them. Plays are obviously at their best when the director and actors breathe life into them and when the scenes are interpreted in different ways in different productions. Ibsen's plays, however, don't even make me interested to see them on stage.Rosmersholm isn't really an exception in this regard, but I did like it more than the others I've read. It carries [...]


  • Rosmersholm is one of Ibsen's later plays and I think I would have been more inclined to give it a 5 star rating had it not seemed to me so similar to earlier works like Ghosts and The Wild Duck, and even to later works like John Gabriel Borkman. But it is a very fine play, nonetheless, dealing with things such as morals, ideals, happiness and religion, and concerning the Ibsen dilemma which finds its way into most of his works (if not all), the problem of basing one's happiness or contentment o [...]


  • جان رُسمِر، كشيش اسبق كه به آزادانديشى روى آورده است. در طايفه اى كه همه اسلافش از بزرگان و راستگرايان سنتى مملكت بوده اند. اما اين كه چه كسى روى او اثر گذاشته است و چگونه، جالب است. تقابل اون با برادرزنش كه همه چيز را از دريچه مذهب مى بيند و قضاوت مى كند، شايد حكايت اين روزهاى ما [...]


  • From BBC Radio 3 - Drama on 3:Rebekka West, the visionary, passionate heroine of 'Rosmersholm' inspired the English novelist to adopt that name. Ibsen's most complex play sees a society in turmoil through the lens of pastor John Rosmer and Rebekka, his social-revolutionary companion. Rosmer is recovering from the suicide of his unstable wife, Beata. Now Rebekka, replacing her in his affections, urges him to surrender his privileged place in conservative Norwegian society. A local elite plot to m [...]


  • This is sort of the ultimate Ibsen drama, with the two most often reoccurring themes in his work being front-and-center: 1) What happens when comforting illusions are stripped away to reveal long-repressed truths? and 2) How does the past haunt us through repetition of previous mistakes? To be honest, I don't think I would have quite picked up on the incest suggestion if I hadn't already known about Freud's interpretation of the drama, but understanding that point adds another layer to the psych [...]


  • عن نفسي لا أشغل نفسي بمن لا يؤمنون أو بمن يكفرون بمعتقد ، فإني علي يقين بأنهم ما تركوا المعتقد -أياً كان- إلا بعلم الله المسبق وباختيارهم الشخصي "إنك لا تهدي من أحببت ولكن الله يهدي من يشاء"*نصيحة للملحدين*عدم وجود الشئ في إدراكك لا يعني عدم وجود الشئ في الإدراك#مقولة الشيخ محمد [...]


  • Tja, dette kan jo bli en interessant bacheloroppgave, tenker nå jeg Tolkning av Rosmersholm i lys av den politiske striden i samtida og Ibsen selv! Vet ikke helt hva jeg begir meg utpå, men jeg likte boka godt :-)


  • Another tragic play by Ibsen that was decades ahead of its time. Rebecca West is almost a modern feminist overwhelmed by romanticism.


  • Rosmersholm by Henrik IbsenA masterpieceCritics consider this play to be the best work written by Ibsen, alongside The Wild Duck.In an ironic twist of fate, I have read one after the other without knowing about the magnitude of either.In fact, if The Wild Duck was familiar in the sense that I knew about it, Rosmersholm was a completely unknown entity.I have never heard of it before this morning.How wonderful it is when you are taken aback by such a splendid surprise.The play is wonderful even if [...]


  • Easily my favorite Ibsen play so far. Was reminded heavily of du Maurier's Rebecca, Lorca's Yerma, and the tropes of Greek tragedy. There's really nothing new under the sun.


  • I came to like Henrik Ibsen's plays recently, even though when I have first read The Doll House a few years back I was hardly impressed with him/his work. Rosmersholm is not quite my favourite (as it is An Enemy of the People or Ghosts whom I cherish much more), but it a very interesting piece. I always enjoy the constancy of Ibsen's characters, even though they are constant only when you fully understand them and their reasons. Even though everything is rather predictable -to a point which you [...]


  • Having read this one immediately after The Wild Duck may probably be the reason why I did not enjoy it as much. The play was ok, but it didn't compare.


  • *WARNING! SPOILERS!*Definitely in Ibsen's realm of a person's place within his/her community, and their fates succeeding because of their place. In this play, it's for the worse, as the two main characters are driven to suicidal tendencies because of their previous passions that were never fulfilled, their guilt for driving another pertinent character to suicide, and their disillusions with themselves and their perceived freedoms and nobility, cast away with feelings of regret, guilt, despondenc [...]


  • ایبسن در "روزمرزهولم"، از همان نمادگرایی "مرغابی وحشی" سود برده، و به پایانی تراژیک نظر داشته که بیشتر ملودرام شده است. "ربکا" از "یوهانس" خوشش می آید و از او دلربایی می کند. اما یوهانس همسری به نام "بئاته" دارد که نازاست. ربکا بئاته را متقاعد می کند که زن ایده آل یوهانس نیست، چون شو [...]


  • I went on a tear on 2007 and read all of Henrik Ibsen and all ofAugust Strindberg. Before I could get to all of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, I had to turn back to writing, and I can't read while I write. Ibsen is wonderful. The thing I like most about Ibsen is that he loves and respects women at least in his writing. Not all of his plays are tragedies either. Many are very funny and many have mixed endings, not all are downers. Though I'm not a big fan of Peer Gynt. Strindberg's parody of Peer Gynt, [...]


  • Oh boy. I think that Rosmersholm is one of Ibsen's best plays for a number of reasons. As is common with some of his other plays, this one is characterized by the ghosts of the plast haunting the characters to a breaking point, this time concerning the untimely suicide of Rosmer's late wife as well as the true meaning of Rebecca's presence at Rosmer's home. Above all, this play is mysterious because the facts are revealed slowly, all spilling out at the end to end with a bang (or should I say a [...]


  • فكرة الصراع بين الحداثه والرجعيه،العراقه والسطحيه،الضمير الانسانى والاضمير.وتتناول فى جمال خلاب السمو بالاحاسيس والمشاعر الانسانيهجون روزمر قس ملتزم متزوج من سيده من اسره عريقه ولكنها عاقر تستدعى فتاه من شمال النرويج حيث التحرروالسحر والجمال تنجح ف بث سمومها وتتدفع الزو [...]


  • Casa Rosmer este o dramă psihologică subtilă. Ibsen reușește și aici, ca un scriitor de romane polițiste, să strecoare unele indicii în replicile pesonajelor, de unde un cititor inteligent poate să tragă concluzii înainte de a termina de citit totul. Norvegia secolului nouăsprezece ni se dezvăluie în toată splendoarea. Revoluția socială legată de creșterea economică urbană, ce are ca rezultat nașterea burgheziei, provoacă adevărate conflicte între membrii acestei noi cl [...]


  • Perhaps a truly great production will convince me that this is a great play, but on reading it seems so old that it creeks. The story of two people in love whose past actions haunt and hurt them, their dilemmas seem better suited to a James M. Cain novel than a 1886 play. Our culture is far past the fake tragedy of their dilemma or the silly ending that it is hard for me to take this seriously. I realize these were still issues when the play was written. A blind spot on my part? Maybe, but this [...]


  • I really enjoyed the beginning of this play, but by act four both Rebecca and Rosmer seemed to have taken leave of their senses. I don't understand how Rosmer could still love the woman who drove his wife to suicide, and I most certainly don't understand why two 'liberated' people, who have just figured out that they love each other after all, would commit suicide together rather than fight for their love. I suspect this is because the play is of an age I don't fully comprehend, so I think I wil [...]


  • *2.7I'm confused.Was that a tragic play? Or a typical haunted-house-love-story thing? For some reason, the setting continually reminded me of Wuthering Heights [despite never having read that] or Rebecca or something [I haven't read that either]. I didn't really see the point got lost somewhere


  • I find this play more worthy than I did in my last reading. It is still so old that it creeks every time the plot turns and it is difficult to understand what torments these people so much from today's more permissive perspective, but the dilemmas are real enough to the protagonists and antagonists, so let it go at that.


  • أكثر ما ظل عالقا يذهني بعد قراءتها أن البراءة والطهر هما جوهر السعادة والمرح وأن الإرادة الحقيقة تهدمها الذنوب يقول إبسن على لسان إحدى شخصياته :لكي تحوز أي قضية نصرا أزليا يجب أن يتبناها رجل ذو روح مرحة ،خلو من الذنب


  • KS talks about Lady Macbeth with Rebecca West but I don't understand, Rebecca has no conviction. Pushing an annoying witch into water is not impressive, in America that was all in a day's work. Dull, mousy woman; dull, mousy play.


  • مسرحية جميلة و مؤثرة جدا ذكرتنى نهايتها بالالام فارتر لجوتة حيث حل الانتحار



  • Not my favorite Ibsen, but it does explore similar themes to his other plays: the role of women, morality vs Christianity, and--as always--there is a lot of talk of suicide.


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