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Rosmersholm - DRAMATIS PERSONAE Post by :hawkie49 Category :Plays Author :Henrik Ibsen Date :June 2011 Read :931

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Rosmersholm - DRAMATIS PERSONAE

John Rosmer, of Rosmersholm, an ex-clergyman.

Rebecca West, one of his household, originally engaged as

companion to the late Mrs. Rosmer.
Kroll, headmaster of the local grammar school, Rosmer's brother-
in-law.

Ulrik Brendel.

Peter Mortensgaard.

Mrs. Helseth, Rosmer's housekeeper.

 

(The action takes place at Rosmersholm, an old manor-house in the
neighbourhood of a small town on a fjord in western Norway.)

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