Of all the sisters in Dancing at Lughnasa, Rose was the most interesting to me. Though she is discribed as being ”simple”, it doesn’t draw away from her depth. She is pure and natural in all of her intentions. She is honest and does not have the desire, or will, to be duplicitous. Even her name is simple and natural. Her sisters are often frustrated with what she says and does. They see her choices as naïve even though she is the most forthright of all of them. I appreciated what she represents in the play and what she shows the audience.
Rosie From Lughnasa