Yousif Ali Yousif Salman Mahmood Abdulelah Abdulmunem Samer Ayad Al-Fahham


The play Rosmersholm, one of the social plays aimed at the upper class of society, the clergy, simulates the Norwegian reality on a narrow level in conveying the situation surrounding Rosmersholm. The play begins with the loss of one of its pillars, which is the pastor's wife, Rosmer. The play consists of four chapters and is a social epic that conveys a state of salvation, socio-religious liberation and adherence resulting from family legacies that turn a person towards what he does not aspire to. This study aims to research the symbolism of the spiritual personality and its behaviours to present this type of class that remained closed for a long time and cannot be explored by the general public. It also provides an analytical study of free personalities, resulting in knowledge of the extent of the influence of religion and freedom on individuals. At that time, these two types of characters were considered incompatible and did not meet due to the nature of the religious symbol, closed in on itself, and its distance from religiosity and the church. Combining them together leads to one of the following results:

- Aversion.

- Convergence.


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social plays, Rosmersholm, social liberation, legacies. Socio-religious.

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